Gerwyn Price walks out of match and slams ‘pathetic situations’ in meltdown

Ex-world darts Champion Gerwyn Price has pulled out midway although a sport on the Players Championship.

Price withdrew from his third spherical conflict with Brendan Dolan – regardless of having already performed two video games within the event – because of the “conditions” in Wigan. Price defeated Karel Sedlacek in spherical one, common over 101, earlier than posting a 110 common towards Matthew Dennant in a 6-2 victory in spherical two.

But he pulled out halfway by means of his third spherical match towards Dolan whereas trailing 4-2 within the match. Darts followers could not perceive what had occurred, however Price later defined his choice in a fuming assertion on social media.

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Writing on Instagram, he mentioned: “Absolutely pathetic conditions. [I’ve] travelled all the way to Wigan to play in a professional game and we have to play in less than amateur conditions. Never have a ever given a gane up, well that’s me out to tomorrow as well.

“[I’m] gutted as a result of my sport was actually good at present and I depend on these occasions a lot.”

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Gerwyn Price during his match against Dirk van Duijvenbode on day twelve of the William Hill World Darts Championship at Alexandra Palace, London. Picture date: Wednesday December 29, 2021.
Gerwyn Price introduced the choice on social media

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One fan speculated on the explanation behind Price’s “conditions” remark, referencing the temperatures on the occasion, which is being held in Wigan. They mentioned: “Just been speaking to someone who played today, was like playing in the arctic apparently…”

That led to some apparent feedback from fellow followers on social media. “Should be fine for The Iceman,” one joked. While a second replied: “Gerwyn Price averaged 111 in his game before this… Conditions really can’t have been that bad to him!”

Elsewhere in Wigan, Luke Littler, 17, has been turning heads once more as he nailed a nine-darter in his third spherical conflict. The Nuke then virtually hit a second, lacking the double 12 that even Cameron Menzies hoped he would hit.

Luke Humphries, who beat Littler within the World Championship ultimate final month, went out with a whimper – as he was whitewashed within the second spherical by Ian White.