Corporation 2020,,, Carolissen joins list of World Championship International Qualifiers, Oceanic duo secure World Championship spots, Gorbunov joins list of World Championship International Qualifiers, Krcmar and Liu join list of International Qualifiers for World Championship, Baggish seals Ally Pally return as duo claim World Cup spots, Ricoh Arena to host three further TV events & Winter Series, Campbell to represent Canada at World Cup and World Championship, PDC China Qualifier confirmed for World Championship, Price has 'one eye on becoming World Champion' after third TV crown, PDC to introduce four-event Women's Series. Peter Wright 4-2 Seigo Asada, Friday December 27 3x Third Round Afternoon Session (1230 GMT) A tie-break will be in operation in all round from the second round onwards, where the final set must be won by two clear legs. Sunday December 29

Jelle Klaasen 3-1 Kevin Burness (First Round) The event took place at Alexandra Palace in London from 13 December 2019 to 1 January 2020. 2019 UK Open champion Nathan Aspinall was the 12th seed. [3] As well as van Gerwen and Cross, two other previous PDC world champions qualified as seeds, two-time champions Gary Anderson (5th seed) and Adrian Lewis (13th seed).

Afternoon Session (1230 GMT)

4x Second Round In that quarter-final, Aspinall won 5–3 to reach his second semi-final in two attempts at the World Championship. Wright regained the lead in the fifth and then took a 3–0 win in the sixth set to go back to two legs clear. Dmitriy Gorbunov has joined the list of World Championship International Qualifiers. Price has 'one eye on becoming World Champion' after third TV crown World Series of Darts

Brendan Dolan 3-0 Nitin Kumar (First Round) Aspinall won the seventh set, but Van Gerwen took the next two to secure his place in the final against Wright, a repeat of the 2014 PDC World Darts Championship final. Dimitri Van den Bergh 4-3 Adrian Lewis 

Fallon Sherrock 3-1 Mensur Suljovic (Second Round) Simon Whitlock 3-0 Harry Ward (Second Round) As with every previous PDC World Darts Championship, Sky Sports provided live coverage to the UK and Ireland. For all rounds except the first, the final set had to be won by two clear legs, unless the set score went to 5–5, in which case a deciding leg would be played with the players throwing for the bull to decide who threw first. Kyle Anderson 3-2 Xiaochen Zong (First Round) [15] A special prize of £100,000 was available to any player who hits two nine-dart finishes, a feat which has never previously been achieved at any World Championship. Wednesday January 1 (1900 GMT) Luke Woodhouse 3-0 Paul Lim (First Round) Dimitri Van den Bergh 4-2 Luke Woodhouse, Evening Session (1900 GMT)

This table shows the highest averages achieved by players throughout the tournament. Ciaran Teehan 3-0 Ross Smith (First Round) [32] Third seed Gerwyn Price beat John Henderson[33] and Simon Whitlock[24] to reach his first World Championship quarter-final, while three-time reigning BDO World Champion Glen Durrant joined him in the quarter-final on his PDC debut with wins over sixth seed Daryl Gurney[34] and Dobey. Adrian Lewis 3-2 Cristo Reyes (Second Round), Evening Session (1900 GMT) [20] In the quarter-final, Van Gerwen triumphed over Labanauskas, 5–2, to qualify for the semi-final for the seventh time in eight championships. [35], In the second semi-final, between Van Gerwen and Aspinall, the reigning champion took the first set against the darts, before Aspinall levelled in the second. Matt Campbell will represent Canada at the World Championship and World Cup of Darts. The 32 highest ranked players on the PDC Pro Tour Order of Merit (not already qualified) and 32 qualifiers from around the world, including two female players, began in the first round.[12]. Yuki Yamada 3-1 Ryan Meikle (First Round) Callan Rydz 3-2 Steve Lennon (First Round) In the tenth set, Wright won the first leg. Danny Noppert 3-2 Callan Rydz (Second Round)

Matches were played to set format, with each set being the best of five legs (first to three). Final The matches got longer as the tournament progressed: The prize money for the tournament was £2,500,000 in total – the same as in the previous year. Christopher Kempf, the statistical analyst of the PDC, takes a look at which players are topping the 180 charts so far in 2019. A comprehensive stats guide that looks at all 96 players participating in the 2020 PDC William Hill World Championship from a statistical and performance perspective. Gerwyn Price 5-1 Glen Durrant  Luke Humphries 3-2 Jermaine Wattimena (Second Round), Evening Session (1900 GMT) Darren Webster 3-0 Yuki Yamada (Second Round)

Quarter-final - £50,000

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Please note this is not calculated properly for players playing more than one match and is not indicative of actual tournament averages. Darin Young 3-1 Raymond van Barneveld (First Round) Michael van Gerwen was the defending champion, after defeating Michael Smith 7–3 in the 2019 final. Gary Anderson 3-0 Brendan Dolan (Second Round), Tuesday December 17 Steve Beaton 3-1 Kyle Anderson (Second Round), Evening Session (1900 GMT) Ritchie Edhouse 3-1 Boris Koltsov (First Round)  The idea of hitting 349 180s in competition in the space of six months is almost impossible for the millions of amateur darters to imagine, but … Quarter-Finals - Best of nine sets Van Gerwen missed double-12 for a perfect nine-dart finish in the second leg, but took the leg regardless. 3x First Round, 1x Second Round