Michael van Gerwen produced at the big moments to retain his World Grand Prix title and declared himself on the look-out for more trophies.
Michael van Gerwen clinches his fifth World Grand Prix title with a 5-2 victory over Dave Chisnall in a high-quality final in Dublin
Dave Chisnall is full of optimism ahead of a "new chapter" in his career, as he targets a first major televised title at the 2019 World Grand Prix.
Dave Chisnall faces a battle to overturn history as well as the world No 1 and defending champion Michael van Gerwen in Saturday's World Grand Prix final.
Michael van Gerwen will face Dave Chisnall in the final of the World Grand Prix.
Michael van Gerwen eases past Chris Dobey to set up a showdown with Dave Chisnall in Saturday's World Grand Prix final.
Michael van Gerwen is the favourite to win the World Grand Prix but in a tournament that has sent the seeds packing, Wayne Mardle and Rod Studd ponder the semi-finals.
All you need to know about the draw, the results and the schedules from the World Grand Prix in Dublin, October 6-12.
Michael van Gerwen defeats Mervyn King in a gripping contest to set up a semi-final clash against Chris Dobey, who edged out Ian White.
Glen Durrant out-gunned Rob Cross to progress to the quarter-finals of the World Grand Prix on Wednesday evening.
The seeds have been scattered at the World Grand Prix, with only Michael van Gerwen remaining a major breakthrough is in touching distance for more than half the field.
Glen Durrant edges out Rob Cross in an epic, while Jermaine Wattimena stuns Peter Wright to reach his first individual major quarter-final.
Michael van Gerwen returned to his very best form to book a place in the World Grand Prix quarter-finals but Gary Anderson, Michael Smith and James Wade crashed out
Glen Durrant is enjoying life in the PDC and with a place in the quarter-final at stake, The Darts Show podcast sat down to assess his first 10 months as a professional.
James Wade has been back in title-winning form over the last 12 months - and, having put recent Grand Prix woe behind him, a third title in Ireland is on the agenda.
Three of the top six players in world darts crashed out of the World Grand Prix on Monday night with Daryl Gurney and Gerwyn Price falling at the first hurdle.
Gerwyn Price has claimed "the only person he fears is himself" as he prepares to kick-off his World Grand Prix campaign against former finalist Dave Chisnall on Monday.
Michael van Gerwen was forced to dig deep and find some of his very best finishing to avoid a scare against Jamie Hughes on the opening night of the World Grand Prix.
Michael van Gerwen comes from behind to defeat Jamie Hughes, as Gary Anderson breezes through to round two.