Fallon Sherrock has entered the top 100 in the PDC Order of Merit following her run to the Quarter-Finals of…
Fallon Sherrock has entered the top 100 in the PDC Order of Merit following her run to the Quarter-Finals of the 2021 Grand Slam of Darts.
Sherrock became the first female to progress from the Group Stage in the 14-year history of the Grand Slam and went on to reach the Quarter-Finals – where her ground-breaking run was eventually ended by Peter Wright.
Women’s Series Order of Merit winner Sherrock secured £20,000 in prize money from her exploits in Wolverhampton, sending her straight in to number 93 on the main Order of Merit.
Sherrock, who won two matches on her PDC World Championship debut in 2019, returns to Alexandra Palace in December needing a minimum of three wins in order to secure a one-year Tour Card via the top 64.
Elsewhere, Gerwyn Price’s third Grand Slam title in the space of four years sees him cement the world number one spot and guarantee top seeding for his World Championship title defence which starts next month.
Wright, the 2020 World Champion who is defending £500,000 at Ally Pally this year, remains the world number two, ahead of rival Michael van Gerwen.
Michael Smith has leapfrogged Nathan Aspinall into ninth position following his resurgent run to the Semi-Finals at the Aldersley Leisure Village.
Dave Chisnall drops two places to 14th after failing to qualify for the Grand Slam, with Krzysztof Ratajski and Joe Cullen each moving up one place.
Dirk van Duijvenbode has moved back above Dutch compatriot Danny Noppert into 16th spot by a margin of just £500 heading into this week’s Players Championship Finals.
Luke Humphries continues his rapid rise this season by climbing five places to a career-high 19th, while Ryan Searle rises a further three places to 22nd.
Ian White, who failed to make the Grand Slam, drops eight places to 26th, with Mensur Suljovic climbing three places to 25th.
Adrian Lewis, Grand Slam quarter-finalist two years ago, falls a further four places to 35th after failing to qualify for this year’s event.
Raymond van Barneveld, who regained his Tour Card at the beginning of the season, rises a further five places to 74th, while World Youth Champion Bradley Brooks surges 11 places to 69th after reaching the Last 16 on his Grand Slam debut.
Boris Krcmar has entered the world’s top 64 for the first time at the expense of Karel Sedlacek.
Rowby-John Rodriguez is up 15 places to 80th after his run to the Last 16 in Wolverhampton, while his younger brother Rusty-Jake Rodriguez climbs six places to 96th after a Group Stage exit on debut.
PDC Order of Merit following the 2021 Grand Slam of Darts
|Position||Name||Total Prize Money|
|3||Michael van Gerwen||£816,750|
|5||Dimitri Van den Bergh||£438,750|
|7||Jose de Sousa||£397,250|
|16||Dirk van Duijvenbode||£234,250|
|30||Vincent van der Voort||£153,000|
|38||Jeffrey de Zwaan||£117,750|
|68||Mike De Decker||£38,000|
|74||Raymond van Barneveld||£33,500|
|91||Kai Fan Leung||£20,500|
|111||Geert De Vos||£10,000|
|130||Berry van Peer||£6,000|
|147||Ryan de Vreede||£2,500|
|154||Benito van de Pas||£2,000|
|155||Vincent van der Meer||£2,000|
|178||Patrick van den Boogaard||£500|