Luke Humphries doubles Euro Tour title tally at the Czech Darts Open

Luke Humphries sealed his second European Tour title in the space of a month with victory at the 2022 Czech Darts Open, defeating Rob Cross 8-5 in the final.

Humphries, who had opened his account at the German Darts Grand Prix in April, stormed to another £25,000 title in Prague to move into the world’s top 16.

The 27-year-old began the final day of action by defeating world number nine Dimitri van den Bergh 6-4 before inflicting a second Euro Tour defeat of the season on Michael van Gerwen with a 6-4 success in the Quarter-Finals.

The Newbury ace then landed a 170 checkout and averaged 99 in a 7-4 win over Jose de Sousa to seal his spot in the final.

Humphries took early control in the final as he raced into a 4-1 lead, before Cross piled in a rot-stopping 145 checkout to gain a foothold in the contest.

The tenth leg saw Cross pounce on four missed darts at doubles from Humphries to break throw and level at five apiece.

However, a crucial last dart double top saw Humphries break straight back before reeling off the last two legs in 26 darts to clinch the title.

“To win one Euro Tour was great, but to win two is unbelievable – I’m over the moon,” said Humphries.

“I think the final was the best I played all weekend. Rob and I are good friends and he pushed me really hard.

“When you make that final it’s hard because you’re tired after a long day and when he took the 145 out it drained me.

“But I think the last two legs show a lot about my game and are testament to what I am now.

“I need to start believing I’m one of the best players in the world.

“I’m getting that confidence in my game, I feel like I’m making the next step now.

“I want to be in the Premier League. If I can keep playing like this on the stage then it will come.”

Cross was left to suffer an unwanted familiar feeling as he endured a sixth defeat in a European Tour final from as many appearances.

“Credit to Luke, he was brilliant,” said Cross. “I struggled to hold my throw, that was my Achilles’ Heel in that one.

“I really enjoyed my weekend here, Prague has played host to a fantastic tournament with an amazing crowd.

“I wasn’t at my best today but I almost got the result and I’ll move onto the next one.”

Cross began the day by dispatching Ricky Evans 6-2, before overcoming Ross Smith 6-4 and Vincent van der Voort 7-4 to reach the final.

Meanwhile, Czech number one Adam Gawlas sent the home crowd into raptures with a dramatic 6-5 win over Ryan Searle in the Last 16, before his dream run was ended by Van der Voort in the Quarter-Finals.

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Czech Darts Open 2022 – Day Three Results

Sunday May 15

Third Round

Afternoon Session
Rowby-John Rodriguez 6-5 Dirk van Duijvenbode
Jose de Sousa 6-5 Jose Justicia
Dimitri van den Bergh 4-6 Luke Humphries
Michael van Gerwen 6-5 Mickey Mansell
Rob Cross 6-2 Ricky Evans
Ross Smith 6-4 Dave Chisnall
Adam Gawlas 6-5 Ryan Searle
Adrian Lewis 3-6 Vincent van der Voort

Evening Session

Quarter-Finals
Jose de Sousa Rowby-John Rodriguez
Luke Humphries 6-4 Michael van Gerwen
Rob Cross 6-4 Ross Smith
Vincent van der Voort 6-2 Adam Gawlas

Semi-Finals
Luke Humphries 7-4 Jose de Sousa
Rob Cross 7-4 Vincent van der Voort

Final
Luke Humphries 8-5 Rob Cross

Czech Darts Open 2022 | Day Three Preview and Order of Play

The sixth European Tour silverware of the season is up for grabs in Prague on Sunday as the final 16 vie for the Czech Darts Open title.

Only seven of the top 16 seeds are left standing at the Královka Arena following a dramatic day of upsets on Saturday.

The afternoon session on Day Three plays host to the Third Round ties, before the Quarter-Finals, Semi-Finals and final take place in the evening.

Adrian Lewis hit the headlines following his victory over top seed Gerwyn Price last night, with the pair involved in a heated exchange on stage after ‘Jackpot’ had sealed a 6-3 win from 3-1 down.

The incident came after Lewis had approached and hugged Price after hitting the winning double, but the Welshman did not welcome his opponent’s embrace.

The pair then exchanged words, with referee Russ Bray stepping in to defuse the situation before an irate Price departed the stage.

Lewis now looks to focus on challenging for a first Euro Tour title in a decade as he comes up against 2014 Austrian Open winner – Vincent van der Voort.

Dutch ace Van der Voort averaged 99.5 in a high quality 6-5 win over in-form Martin Schindler on Saturday and will be keen to replicate that impressive display.

Meanwhile, Michael van Gerwen steps up his quest for a third consecutive Euro Tour title in as many weeks when he faces resurgent left-hander Mickey Mansell.

Van Gerwen has captured the Austrian Open and European Open titles in his last two outings and is favourite to complete the hat-trick, but will be determined to improve on his match average of just 86 in Saturday’s opening win over Host Nation qualifier Vítězslav Sedlák.

Mansell had defeated Jeffrey de Zwaan 6-4 in the opening round with a 97 average and followed that up with a narrow 6-5 win over Northern Irish compatriot Brendan Dolan to end a long wait for a Last 16 spot on the European Tour.

Two-time European Championship winner Rob Cross, who remains without a Euro Tour title to his name, faces a tough test against a rejuvenated Ricky Evans.

Cross, runner-up in the German Championship in March, averaged 99.8 in his 6-2 success over Jules van Dongen on Saturday, while Evans backed up his First Round win over Josh Rock with an emphatic 6-0 whitewash of Krzysztof Ratajski with a 103.6 average.

Jose Justicia’s reward for his shock deciding-leg victory over Premier League champion Jonny Clayton is a show-down with last year’s Premier League runner-up – Jose de Sousa.

Former World Matchplay champion Dimitri van den Bergh takes on recent German Darts Grand Prix winner Luke Humphries in a mouth-watering contest, with the pair having defeated Nathan Aspinall and Martin Lukeman on Saturday respectively.

Dirk van Duijvenbode continues his quest for a maiden Euro Tour title with a tie against last year’s World Cup of Darts finalist Rowby-John Rodriguez – who has already dispatched Scott Waites and Michael Smith this weekend.

Two-time Euro Tour event winner Dave Chisnall aims to follow up Saturday’s 103 average in his 6-5 win over Daryl Gurney when he faces Ross Smith – who knocked out Joe Cullen 6-4 to continue his strong run.

Home hopes rest on the young shoulders of Adam Gawlas as the Czech number one aims to continue his dream run by overcoming world number 16 Ryan Searle.

Gawlas, 20, has defeated Dennie Olde Kalter and Damon Heta en route to this stage, but now faces an opponent in blistering form having whitewashed Ritchie Edhouse with a 107.4 average last night.

The action gets under way from 12pm BST, with Third Round and Quarter-Final ties to be contested over the best of 11 legs, Semi-Finals best of 13 and the final best of 15.

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Czech Darts Open 2022 Day Three Schedule of Play

All times BST (Local time one hour ahead)

Sunday May 15

Third Round

Afternoon Session (12pm-4pm)
Rowby-John Rodriguez v Dirk van Duijvenbode
Jose de Sousa v Jose Justicia
Dimitri van den Bergh v Luke Humphries
Michael van Gerwen v Mickey Mansell
Rob Cross v Ricky Evans
Ross Smith v Dave Chisnall
Adam Gawlas v Ryan Searle
Adrian Lewis v Vincent van der Voort

Evening Session (6pm-10pm)

Quarter-Finals
Rodriguez/Van Duijvenbode v De Sousa/Justicia
Van den Bergh/Humphries v Van Gerwen/Mansell
Cross/Evans v Smith/Chisnall
Gawlas/Searle v Lewis/Van der Voort

Semi-Finals

Final

Jose Justicia stuns Jonny Clayton at the Czech Darts Open as Price and Smith also crash out

Jose Justicia pulled off a shock victory over Jonny Clayton in Round Two of the 2022 Czech Darts Open on Saturday, as nine seeds departed the competition.

World number 102 Justicia enjoyed one of the biggest wins of his career to date as he dispatched Premier League champion Clayton in a last-leg decider.

The Spaniard, who averaged 98 in a high quality contest, defied an average of 100.4 from ‘The Ferret’ as he landed six from ten on the doubles in a fine display.

Justicia will now face Jose de Sousa in his maiden European Tour Third Round appearance, with the Portuguese ace having safely seen off Martijn Kleermaker 6-2.

Adrian Lewis came out on top in a fiery encounter with number one seed Gerwyn Price, reeling off five consecutive legs from 3-1 down to claim a 6-3 victory.

The two-time World Champion narrowly missed double 12 for a nine-darter in leg seven – which he eventually won in 18 darts on double three.

A fourth straight leg followed for ‘Jackpot’, before he produced an assured 13-darter to complete the turnaround, punishing 15 missed darts at doubles from the Welshman.

Lewis had approached and hugged Price after hitting the winning double, but the Welshman did not welcome his opponent’s embrace.

The pair then exchanged words, with referee Russ Bray stepping in to defuse the situation before an irate Price departed the stage.

Lewis will now faces Vincent van der Voort in Sunday’s Last 16 after he overcame Germany’s Martin Schindler in a deciding leg.

Masters winner Joe Cullen joined the list of seeded casualties as he went down 6-4 to Ross Smith after missing 12 darts at doubles.

Michael van Gerwen launched his quest for a third consecutive Euro Tour title with a routine 6-2 win over Czech qualifier Vitezslav Sedlak despite an average of just 86.

Home hopes on the final day will rest on Adam Gawlas – who delighted a partisan Prague crowd by sealing a 6-4 scalp of eighth seed Damon Heta.

Gawlas will now take on in-form Ryan Searle – who stormed to a 6-0 whitewash of Ritchie Edhouse with a 107.4 average.

Rowby-John Rodriguez is through to the Last 16 of a European Tour event for the first time in three years after he saw off recent double ProTour winner Michael Smith 6-4.

The 2021 World Cup of Darts finalist will now take on Dirk van Duijvenbode – who sealed a 6-3 success over Czech number two Karel Sedlacek.

Dave Chisnall battled back from 4-2 down to defeat Daryl Gurney 6-5 in a thrilling encounter which saw both players average 103, with Gurney missing one match dart.

A repeat of last month’s German Darts Grand Prix final saw Luke Humphries once again comfortably come out on top 6-1 over Martin Lukeman.

Dimitri van den Bergh racked up an eighth consecutive victory over Nathan Aspinall, closing out a hard-fought 6-4 success.

Ricky Evans was the first player to seal a Third Round spot following an emphatic whitewash of Krzysztof Ratajski with a 103.6 average and six from seven on the doubles.

Evans now faces European Champion Rob Cross – who piled in three ton-plus checkouts en route to an impressive 6-2 victory over American debutant Jules van Dongen.

Mickey Mansell held his nerve to edge out Northern Irish compatriot Brendan Dolan in a last-leg decider and set up a show-down with MVG on Sunday.

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Czech Darts Open 2022 Day Two Results

Saturday May 14

Second Round

Afternoon Session
Krzysztof Ratajski 0-6 Ricky Evans
Brendan Dolan 5-6 Mickey Mansell
Luke Humphries 6-1 Martin Lukeman
Rob Cross 6-2 Jules van Dongen
Dimitri Van den Bergh 6-4 Nathan Aspinall
Jose de Sousa 6-2 Martijn Kleermaker
Daryl Gurney 5-6 Dave Chisnall
Michael Smith 4-6 Rowby-John Rodriguez

Evening Session
Damon Heta 4-6 Adam Gawlas
Martin Schindler 5-6 Vincent van der Voort
Dirk van Duijvenbode 6-3 Karel Sedlacek
Jonny Clayton 5-6 Jose Justicia
Michael van Gerwen 6-2 Vítězslav Sedlák
Gerwyn Price 3-6 Adrian Lewis
Joe Cullen 4-6 Ross Smith
Ryan Searle 6-0 Ritchie Edhouse

Gerwyn Price and Adrian Lewis clash at the Czech Darts Open

Gerwyn Price and Adrian Lewis came to blows following a heated contest at the 2022 Czech Darts Open in Prague on Saturday.

The two former World Champions had to be separated by referee Russ Bray on stage after Lewis had closed out a 6-3 victory in their Second Round tie.

The incident came after Lewis had approached and hugged Price after hitting the winning double, but the Welshman did not welcome his opponent’s embrace.

The pair then exchanged words, with Bray stepping in to defuse the situation before an irate Price departed the stage.

Lewis then requested a ‘cooling off period’ but opted to give an interview nonetheless, explaining: “I don’t know what that was about at the end but he had a go at me for some reason, calling me ‘fat something’.

“He obviously doesn’t realise I’m an athlete, that’s where he’s gone wrong there!”

Price took to Instagram to post the following to his story:

Lewis, who punished Price’s 15 missed darts at doubles in a cagey affair, now goes through to face Vincent van der Voort in Sunday’s Last 16.

Price had led 3-1 before missing two darts to extend his lead, and Lewis grabbed a lifeline before clawing his way back to parity.

The two-time World Champion then narrowly missed double 12 for a nine-darter in leg seven – which he eventually won in 18 darts on double three.

A fourth straight leg followed for ‘Jackpot’, before he produced an assured 13-darter to complete the turnaround.

The pair had previously exchanged words during the 2016 World Matchplay – a game which Lewis went on to win 11-5 before declaring: “He’s nobody, simple as that.”

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Czech Darts Open 2022 | Day Two Preview and Order of Play

The top 16 seeds commence their Czech Darts Open campaigns in Prague on Saturday as the Second Round action takes centre stage.

The sixth European Tour event of the season features 48 players battling it out for £140,000 in prize money, with 16 qualifiers having progressed through Friday’s opening round to set up a meeting with one of the 16 seeded stars.

The pick of the day’s ties features a clash between two former World Champions with a history of feisty encounters as Gerwyn Price takes on Adrian Lewis.

Price comes into the event as the number one seed and riding high after winning Thursday’s Premier League Night 14 in Sheffield to bolster his play-off hopes.

International Open champion in February, Price faces a tough opener against two-time World Champion Lewis – who came through the qualifiers and saw off Ted Evetts in Friday’s opening round.

The evening session also sees Michael van Gerwen launch his quest for a third consecutive Euro Tour title and a fourth of the season when he faces Host Nation qualifier Vítězslav Sedlák.

Van Gerwen has stormed to Austrian Open and European Open glory in successive weekends and will be eyeing a routine win over the Czech underdog – who averaged 82 in a 6-4 win over Welshman Jon Worsley on his debut.

Premier League champion Jonny Clayton, whose sole Euro Tour triumph to date came back in 2018, starts out against Spain’s Jose Justicia.

Masters Champion Joe Cullen looks to play himself back into form when he meets former ProTour event winner Ross Smith, while eighth seed Damon Heta aims to spoil the party in Prague by ending the hopes of Czech number one Adam Gawlas.

Dirk van Duijvenbode is another player hoping to silence the partisan home crowd when he comes up against Czech number two Karel Sedlacek – who dispatched German star Gabriel Clemens in Round One.

Martin Schindler, arguably the most dangerous German darter on planet darts at present, comes into the event as the number 16 seed and faces former UK Open finalist Vincent van der Voort.

Ryan Searle, quarter-finalist in Leverkusen last weekend, faces three-time Challenge Tour event winner Ritchie Edhouse.

The afternoon session features a mouth-watering tie between two former major champions as Dimitri Van den Bergh meets Nathan Aspinall.

Michael Smith, winner of back-to-back ProTour events in midweek, looks to continue his red hot run of form when he takes on 2021 World Cup of Darts finalist Rowby-John Rodriguez.

Two players with experience of winning Euro Tour titles go head-to-head as Daryl Gurney takes on Dave Chisnall – who began with a 6-0 whitewash on Friday.

Ricky Evans’ reward for his impressive win over in-form Josh Rock is a show-down with former Gibraltar Trophy winner Krzysztof Ratajski, while Brendan Dolan and Mickey Mansell collide in an all-Northern Irish encounter.

European Champion Rob Cross, who remains yet to win a Euro Tour event, opens up with a tie against America’s Jules van Dongen – who marked his debut by defeating Brett Claydon 6-2.

A repeat of last month’s German Darts Grand Prix final sees Luke Humphries looking to do the double over Martin Lukeman, having stormed to the title with an 8-2 success in Munich on that occasion.

Jose de Sousa, the number three seed, continues his quest to recapture his top form when he meets Dutch ace Martijn Kleermaker – who overcame UK Open quarter-finalist Sebastian Białecki in Friday’s opener.

The action gets under way from 12pm BST, with Second Round matches to be contested over the best of 11 legs.

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Czech Darts Open 2022 Day Two Schedule of Play

All times BST (Local time one hour ahead)

Saturday May 14

Second Round

Afternoon Session (12pm-4pm)
Krzysztof Ratajski v Ricky Evans
Brendan Dolan v Mickey Mansell
Luke Humphries v Martin Lukeman
Rob Cross v Jules van Dongen
Dimitri Van den Bergh v Nathan Aspinall
Jose de Sousa v Martijn Kleermaker
Daryl Gurney v Dave Chisnall
Michael Smith v Rowby-John Rodriguez

Evening Session (6pm-10pm)
Damon Heta v Adam Gawlas
Martin Schindler v Vincent van der Voort
Dirk van Duijvenbode v Karel Sedlacek
Jonny Clayton v Jose Justicia
Michael van Gerwen v Vítězslav Sedlák
Gerwyn Price v Adrian Lewis
Joe Cullen v Ross Smith
Ryan Searle v Ritchie Edhouse

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Adrian Lewis sets up Gerwyn Price clash at the Czech Darts Open as home trio also progress

Adrian Lewis was joined by home stars Karel Sedlacek, Adam Gawlas and Vitezslav Sedlak in securing Second Round spots at the 2022 Czech Darts Open in Prague on Friday.

Day One of the season’s sixth European Tour event saw the 32 qualifiers do battle, with two-time World Champion Lewis among the notable names to progress.

Lewis overcame reigning World Youth Champion Ted Evetts 6-3 with a clinical display, opening up a 4-0 lead before fending off the youngster’s fightback to finish with six doubles from ten attempts.

The Stoke star will now face former rival Price in Saturday’s Second Round to continue his quest to end a ten-year wait for a Euro Tour title.

The day also saw three of the six Czech players secure places in the Last 32, with Sedlacek proving a hugely popular winner with his 6-3 defeat of Gabriel Clemens, meaning he faces Dirk van Duijvenbode on Saturday.

Emerging star Gawlas finished six doubles from 11 attempts as he battled past Dennie Olde Kalter to set up a tie with Damon Heta in the Last 32.

Debutant Sedlak, meanwhile, will take on Michael van Gerwen in a dream Second Round tie after he came from 3-2 down to defeat Welshman Jon Worsley 6-4.

Dave Chisnall was in ruthless mood as he whitewashed Host Nation qualifier Filip Sebesta 6-0, while Jose Justicia and Ritchie Edhouse safely overcame Miloslav Navratil and Ondrej Plsek respectively.

Nathan Aspinall stormed to a 6-1 rout of World Cup winner John Henderson to set up a show-down with Dimitri Van den Bergh.

German Darts Grand Prix runner-up Martin Lukeman averaged 98 in a dominant 6-1 win over Martijn Dragt, and now plays Luke Humphries in a repeat of their European Tour final last month.

Ricky Evans impressed with six doubles from ten attempts in his 6-4 win over Northern Irish starlet Josh Rock, moving him through to a tie with Krzysztof Ratajski.

Martijn Kleermaker recorded a 55 per cent finishing ratio in his 6-4 defeat of UK Open quarter-finalist Sebastian Bialecki to progress to a clash with Jose de Sousa.

Ross Smith will take on Masters champion Joe Cullen following a 6-4 defeat of Florian Hempel, while Rowby-John Rodriguez meets Premier League star Michael Smith following an impressive 6-2 win over Scott Waites.

America’s Jules van Dongen enjoyed a winning European Tour debut by defeating Brett Clayton 6-2, and he now plays reigning European Champion Rob Cross.

Vincent van der Voort won an all-Dutch encounter with recent Development Tour event winner Geert Nentjes 6-2 to move into a meeting with Martin Schindler.

Mickey Mansell plays Brendan Dolan in an all-Northern Irish second round meeting after his 6-4 win over Jeffrey de Zwaan, as he finished six from ten on the outer ring.

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Czech Darts Open 2022 Day One Results

Friday May 13

First Round
Afternoon Session
Martijn Dragt 1-6 Martin Lukeman
Scott Waites 2-6 Rowby-John Rodriguez
Jose Justicia 6-2 Miloslav Navrátil
Mickey Mansell 6-4 Jeffrey De Zwaan
Jules van Dongen 6-2 Brett Claydon
Ritchie Edhouse 6-1 Ondřej Plšek
Ricky Evans 6-4 Josh Rock
Jon Worsley 4-6 Vítězslav Sedlák

Evening Session
Florian Hempel 4-6 Ross Smith
Martijn Kleermaker 6-4 Sebastian Bialecki
Dave Chisnall 6-0 Filip Šebesta
John Henderson 1-6 Nathan Aspinall
Dennie Olde Kalter 4-6 Adam Gawlas
Ted Evetts 3-6 Adrian Lewis
Gabriel Clemens 3-6 Karel Sedlacek
Vincent van der Voort 6-2 Geert Nentjes

Czech Darts Open 2022 | Day One Preview and Order of Play

The 2022 Czech Darts Open gets under way in Prague on Friday as the 32 qualifiers battle it out in Round One.

The sixth of 13 PDC Euro Tour events this season features 48 players battling it out for £140,000 in prize money at the Královka Arena from May 13-15.

The top 16 players from the ProTour Order of Merit (as of March 29) are seeded and enter at the Second Round stage on Saturday, while 32 qualifiers battle it out for the right to join them.

The afternoon session kicks off with a clash between German Darts Grand Prix runner-up Martin Lukeman and Associate Member Qualifier Martijn Dragt.

Two-time BDO World Champion Scott Waites faces a tricky opener tie against World Cup of Darts finalist Rowby-John Rodriguez – with Michael Smith awaiting the winner.

Former World Matchplay semi-finalist Jeffrey de Zwaan takes on former ProTour event winner Mickey Mansell, while Welshman Jon Worsley and Host Nation qualifier Vítězslav Sedlák collide for the right to face Michael van Gerwen in Round Two.

One of the stand-out ties of the opening round sees former Euro Tour finalist Ricky Evans take on Northern Irish star Josh Rock – quarter-finalist in last week’s European Darts Open.

Spain’s Jose Justicia takes on Host Nation hopeful Miloslav Navrátil, while America’s Jules van Dongen marks his Euro Tour debut with a clash against Brett Claydon.

Ritchie Edhouse opens up against Czech qualifier Ondřej Plšek – who also featured in the inaugural Czech Open three years ago.

The evening session sees two-time World Champion Adrian Lewis mark his return to the European Tour with a tie against World Youth Champion Ted Evetts for the right to face Thursday’s Premier League winner Gerwyn Price.

Former UK Open champion Nathan Aspinall – quarter-finalist in Leverkusen last week – starts out against World Cup winner John Henderson – who is vying to retain his Tour Card this season.

Dutch ace Martijn Kleermaker faces a tough opener against Polish teenage sensation Sebastian Bialecki – who reached the Quarter-Finals of the UK Open back in March.

German number one Gabriel Clemens takes on Czech number two Karel Sedlacek in front of an expectant Prague crowd, while Czech number one Adam Gawlas hosts Associate Member Qualifier Dennie Olde Kalter.

An all-Dutch affair sees former UK Open finalist Vincent van der Voort take on three-time Development Tour winner Geert Nentjes, while two-time Euro Tour event winner Dave Chisnall faces debutant Czech qualifier Filip Šebesta.

Germany’s Florian Hempel, who reached the Last 16 of the 2021 European Championship, opens up with a tie against former ProTour event winner Ross Smith.

The action gets under way from 12pm BST, with First Round matches to be contested over the best of 11 legs.

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Czech Darts Open 2022 Day One Schedule of Play

All times BST (Local time one hour ahead)

Friday May 13

First Round

Afternoon Session (12pm-4pm)
Martijn Dragt v Martin Lukeman
Scott Waites v Rowby-John Rodriguez
Jose Justicia v Miloslav Navrátil
Mickey Mansell v Jeffrey De Zwaan
Jules van Dongen v Brett Claydon
Ritchie Edhouse v Ondřej Plšek
Ricky Evans v Josh Rock
Jon Worsley v Vítězslav Sedlák

Evening Session (6pm-10pm)
Florian Hempel v Ross Smith
Martijn Kleermaker v Sebastian Bialecki
Dave Chisnall v Filip Šebesta
John Henderson v Nathan Aspinall
Dennie Olde Kalter v Adam Gawlas
Ted Evetts v Adrian Lewis
Gabriel Clemens v Karel Sedlacek
Vincent van der Voort v Geert Nentjes

Czech Darts Open 2022 live stream | How to watch live online

European Tour action continues with the 2022 Czech Darts Open in Prague, and a live stream is available for all matches.

The sixth of 13 PDC Euro Tour events this season features 48 players battling it out for £140,000 in prize money at the Královka Arena from May 13-15.

The top 16 players from the ProTour Order of Merit (as of March 29) are seeded and enter at the Second Round stage, while 32 qualifiers battle it out for the right to join them.

The 32 unseeded players are made up of 24 Tour Card Holder Qualifiers, two Associate Member Qualifiers, two Host Nation Qualifiers, the top two highest ranked Czech players, one Nordic & Baltic Qualifier and one East European Qualifier.

Top seed Gerwyn Price is vying for a second European Tour title of the season, while Michael van Gerwen is targeting a third in a row.

The duo are joined by fellow Premier League stars Peter Wright, Jonny Clayton, Joe Cullen and Michael Smith, as well as the likes of Ryan Searle, Rob Cross and recent German Darts Grand Prix winner – Luke Humphries.

Tour Card holder qualifiers include Nathan Aspinall, Dave Chisnall, Josh Rock, Adrian Lewis, Martin Schindler and John Henderson.

All matches are available to watch exclusively live on desktop and mobile in the UK and various other regions.

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Czech Darts Open 2022 | Draw, Live Scores and Schedule of Play

The 2022 Czech Darts Open takes place in Prague, and you can follow the latest results and schedule of play here.

The sixth of 13 European Tour events this season features 48 players battling it out for £140,000 in prize money at the Královka Arena from May 13-15.

The top 16 players from the ProTour Order of Merit (as of March 29) are seeded and enter at the Second Round stage, while 32 qualifiers battle it out for the right to join them.

The 32 unseeded players are made up of 24 Tour Card Holder Qualifiers, two Associate Member Qualifiers, two Host Nation Qualifiers, the top two highest ranked Czech players, one Nordic & Baltic Qualifier and one East European Qualifier.

Top seed Gerwyn Price is vying for a second European Tour title of the season, while Michael van Gerwen is targeting a third in a row.

The duo are joined by fellow Premier League stars Peter Wright, Jonny Clayton, Joe Cullen and Michael Smith, as well as the likes of Ryan Searle, Rob Cross and recent German Darts Grand Prix winner – Luke Humphries.

Tour Card holder qualifiers include Nathan Aspinall, Dave Chisnall, Josh Rock, Adrian Lewis, Martin Schindler and John Henderson.

All matches up to and including the Quarter-Finals are to be contested over the best of 11 legs, with Semi-Finals best of 13 and the final best of 15.

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Czech Darts Open 2022 Schedule of Play

All times BST (Local time one hour ahead)

Friday May 13

First Round
Afternoon Session (12pm-4pm)
Martijn Dragt 1-6 Martin Lukeman
Scott Waites 2-6 Rowby-John Rodriguez
Jose Justicia 6-2 Miloslav Navrátil
Mickey Mansell 6-4 Jeffrey De Zwaan
Jules van Dongen 6-2 Brett Claydon
Ritchie Edhouse 6-1 Ondřej Plšek
Ricky Evans 6-4 Josh Rock
Jon Worsley 4-6 Vítězslav Sedlák

Evening Session (6pm-10pm)
Florian Hempel 4-6 Ross Smith
Martijn Kleermaker 6-4 Sebastian Bialecki
Dave Chisnall 6-0 Filip Šebesta
John Henderson 1-6 Nathan Aspinall
Dennie Olde Kalter 4-6 Adam Gawlas
Ted Evetts 3-6 Adrian Lewis
Gabriel Clemens 3-6 Karel Sedlacek
Vincent van der Voort 6-2 Geert Nentjes

Saturday May 14

Second Round

Afternoon Session (12pm-4pm)
Krzysztof Ratajski 0-6 Ricky Evans
Brendan Dolan 5-6 Mickey Mansell
Luke Humphries 6-1 Martin Lukeman
Rob Cross 6-2 Jules van Dongen
Dimitri Van den Bergh 6-4 Nathan Aspinall
Jose de Sousa 6-2 Martijn Kleermaker
Daryl Gurney 5-6 Dave Chisnall
Michael Smith 4-6 Rowby-John Rodriguez

Evening Session (6pm-10pm)
Damon Heta 4-6 Adam Gawlas
Martin Schindler 5-6 Vincent van der Voort
Dirk van Duijvenbode 6-3 Karel Sedlacek
Jonny Clayton 5-6 Jose Justicia
Michael van Gerwen 6-2 Vítězslav Sedlák
Gerwyn Price 3-6 Adrian Lewis
Joe Cullen 4-6 Ross Smith
Ryan Searle 6-0 Ritchie Edhouse

Sunday May 15

Third Round

Afternoon Session (12pm-4pm)
Rowby-John Rodriguez 6-5 Dirk van Duijvenbode
Jose de Sousa 6-5 Jose Justicia
Dimitri van den Bergh 4-6 Luke Humphries
Michael van Gerwen 6-5 Mickey Mansell
Rob Cross 6-2 Ricky Evans
Ross Smith 6-4 Dave Chisnall
Adam Gawlas 6-5 Ryan Searle
Adrian Lewis 3-6 Vincent van der Voort

Evening Session (6pm-10pm)

Quarter-Finals
Rowby-John Rodriguez 2-6 Jose de Sousa
Luke Humphries 6-4 Michael van Gerwen
Rob Cross 6-4 Ross Smith
Adam Gawlas 2-6 Vincent van der Voort

Semi-Finals
Luke Humphries 7-4 Jose de Sousa
Rob Cross 7-4 Vincent van der Voort

Final
Luke Humphries 8-5 Rob Cross

Prize Fund
Winner: £25,000
Runner-up: £10,000
Semi-Final losers: £6,500
Quarter-Final losers: £5,000
Last 16 losers: £3,000
Second Round losers: £2,000
First Round losers: £1,000
Total: £140,000