World Matchplay 2019 Live Streaming, Tv Channel & Fixtures: Today’s Monday sees the final first-round matches of the World Matchplay. Who meets whom and where you can follow the duels live on TV and Livestream, you can find out at SPOX. Get your DAZN subscription now and experience the World Matchplay for free for the first month.
World Matchplay 2019
The third day of the World Matchplay has some big names to offer. With Daryl Gurney and Peter Wright today, among other things, the number 4 and 5 in the world of the party.
World Matchplay Live: The games of today
On Monday, July 22nd, four games will be held in the venerable Emperess Ballroom of Blackpool’s Winter Gardens. The first match starts at 20.10.
1st round, best of 19 legs
|Jonny Clayton||Keegan Brown|
|Simon Whitlock||John Henderson|
|Daryl Gurney||Ricky Evans|
|Peter Wright||V. van der Voort|
World Matchplay Live Darts Broadcast: World Matchplay live on TV and live stream today
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World Matchplay: Hopp wins nerve thriller against Chisnall
The only German participant in this year’s World Matchplay is Max Hopp, who was directly involved in the first round with Dave Chisnall. In a gripping game, the Maximiser defeated the Englishman 11: 9 and thereby secured at least 15,000 pounds of prize money.
“It was a thriller, I fought my way into the game,” said Hopp, who ranked the win as one of the top five of his career so far, to Sky UK: “It was a big win for me and I’m looking forward to it Tuesday.”
On Tuesday waiting with Vice World Champion Michael Smith in the second round, the next big task on the 22-year-olds.