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Jul 21
Sunday
World Matchplay - Day 2 Session 1
The World Matchday returns, with Michael van Gerwen looking to win the tournament for a third time. Following the retirement of Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor, the PDC decided to name this trophy after the controversial 16-time champion.
World Matchplay - Day 2 Session 1
The World Matchday returns, with Michael van Gerwen looking to win the tournament for a third time. Following the retirement of Phil ‘The Power’ Taylor, the PDC decided to name this trophy after the controversial 16-time champion.
World Matchplay - Day 2 Session 2
Second-day action from the World Matchplay as Michael van Gerwen begins his tournament. The two-time champion plays Steve Beaton in a star-studded session that also features a match between Mensur Suljovic and Jermaine Wattimena.
World Matchplay - Day 2 Session 2
Second-day action from the World Matchplay as Michael van Gerwen begins his tournament. The two-time champion plays Steve Beaton in a star-studded session that also features a match between Mensur Suljovic and Jermaine Wattimena.
Jul 22
Monday
World Matchplay - Day 3
Four first-round matches take place on day three of the World Matchplay, with Peter Wright taking on Vincent van der Voort in the pick of them. This year there is an overall prize fund of $875,000 with the winner receiving $190,000.
World Matchplay - Day 3
Four first-round matches take place on day three of the World Matchplay, with Peter Wright taking on Vincent van der Voort in the pick of them. This year there is an overall prize fund of $875,000 with the winner receiving $190,000.
Jul 23
Tuesday
World Matchplay - Day 4
The second round begins in Blackpool, England. There were a couple of big shocks at this stage 12 months ago, with No.5 seed Daryl Gurney thrashed by Joe Cullen and No.3 seed Rob Cross defeated by Darren Webster.
World Matchplay - Day 4
The second round begins in Blackpool, England. There were a couple of big shocks at this stage 12 months ago, with No.5 seed Daryl Gurney thrashed by Joe Cullen and No.3 seed Rob Cross defeated by Darren Webster.
Jul 24
Wednesday
World Matchplay - Day 5
The second round continues. There are seven debutants at this year's tournament, with Nathan Aspinall - who reached the semi-finals of the World Darts Championship earlier this year - headlining the new boys.
World Matchplay - Day 5
The second round continues. There are seven debutants at this year's tournament, with Nathan Aspinall - who reached the semi-finals of the World Darts Championship earlier this year - headlining the new boys.
Jul 25
Thursday
World Matchplay - Quarter-Finals
With the field down to just eight, 31-leg matches begin. Jeffrey de Zwaan's fairytale run peaked at this stage last year as he had a three-dart average of 103.22 and threw eight maximums to breeze past No.8 seed Dave Chisnall.
World Matchplay - Quarter-Finals
With the field down to just eight, 31-leg matches begin. Jeffrey de Zwaan's fairytale run peaked at this stage last year as he had a three-dart average of 103.22 and threw eight maximums to breeze past No.8 seed Dave Chisnall.
Jul 26
Friday
World Matchplay - Quarter-Finals
The second two quarter-finals are played. The 32-man field for this year's tournament has only won a combined four World Matchplay titles before, with Michael van Gerwen a double winner and Gary Anderson and James Wade victorious once apiece.
World Matchplay - Quarter-Finals
The second two quarter-finals are played. The 32-man field for this year's tournament has only won a combined four World Matchplay titles before, with Michael van Gerwen a double winner and Gary Anderson and James Wade victorious once apiece.
Jul 27
Saturday
World Matchplay - Semi-Finals
The World Matchplay reaches the semi-final stage at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool, England. The current holder of the Phil Taylor Trophy, Gary Anderson, is looking to win his first major tournament since having back surgery earlier this year.
World Matchplay - Semi-Finals
The World Matchplay reaches the semi-final stage at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool, England. The current holder of the Phil Taylor Trophy, Gary Anderson, is looking to win his first major tournament since having back surgery earlier this year.
Jul 28
Sunday
World Matchplay - Final
It's time to crown the World Matchplay champion and there's some way to go if events are to match last year's climax for drama. Gary Anderson defeated Mensur Suljovic 21-19 after 2018's final went into extra legs, making it the event's longest ever.
World Matchplay - Final
It's time to crown the World Matchplay champion and there's some way to go if events are to match last year's climax for drama. Gary Anderson defeated Mensur Suljovic 21-19 after 2018's final went into extra legs, making it the event's longest ever.