Cor Dekker will go to Europe for the first time

Photo by: Mads Magnussen/PDC Nordic & Baltic

The first Pro Tour of the weekend and the third ET-qualifier has finished.

The two tournaments of the day has finished. It became a victory for Madars Razma in the Pro Tour 3 and a victory for Cor Dekker in the qualification for the European Tour 10.

Pro Tour 3 started with 52 players. Already in the first round Dennis Nilsson had to go up against Ivan Springborg, who he did beat in last nights ET-qualifier. Once again Dennis Nilsson won, this time by 6-1.

In the second round Darius Labanauskas threw Per Laursen out of the tournament with a 6-2 win.

Dennis Nilsson, who also won against Daniel Larsson in the third round, got all the way to the semi-final against Darius Labanauskas. Unfortunately he lost momentum when he was 4-1 up and lost 6-4 against the Lithuanian.

In the second semi-final Madars Razma won by 6-3 against Marko Kantele. Madars Razma only lost 8 legs on his way to the final.

In the final Darius Labanauskas did not hit his regular level, but so did Madars Razma and therefore he won the game by 6-1.

Photo by: Mads Magnussen/PDC Nordic & Baltic

In the ET-qualification Cor Dekker started by beating Niklas Olsson by 6-3. He then beat Vitor Charrua, Per Laursen and Oskar Lukasiak on the way to the final.

In the final he had to go up against Mindaugas Barauskas, who had also shown good figure throughout the tournament.

The two of them followed each other in the beginning of the match, but at the score 2-2 Cor Dekker went a gear up and not long after, he was ahead by 5-2. After that his level fell a little again, and Mindaugas Barauskas took advantage of that and secured himself the next two legs, bringing the score up to 5-4.
Cor Dekker then refound the good level and checked out the 10th leg in 13 darts.

Photo by: Mads Magnussen/PDC Nordic & Baltic

That means, that Cor Dekker will be playing at the European Tour for the first time, as he will be a part of the field at Austran Darts Championship in Vienna.

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