Despite the lack of fans, the darts World Championship has been as entertaining as ever this year.
On Friday, Dave Chisnall produced the performance of his career to demolish Michael van Gerwen and reach the semi-finals of tournament – a result which sent shockwaves around the darts world.
There was also an astonishing nine-darter with Englishman James Wade becoming the first player to record a nine dart finish at Alexandra Palace in FIVE YEARS.
Two-time World Champion Gary Anderson, who faces Chisnall in the semI-final on Saturday, also went on a remarkable rant in which he threatened to QUIT the sport following his victory over Mensur Suljovic.
On Saturday, more history could be made as Gerwyn Price gears up to face Stephen Bunting in the semi-final of the tournament – a match you can follow LIVE on talkSPORT 2.
But who is Gerwyn Price and how has he reached the semi-final of darts’ biggest tournament?
The Welshman, undoubtedly one of the most talented darts players in the world, has rubbed fans and opponents the wrong way on several occasions throughout his career.
Born in Cardiff in 1985, Price originally plied his trade as a professional rugby union player, playing as hooker for Welsh Premier Division sides Neath and Cross Keys.
He also had a stint with Pro14 side Glasgow Warriors and played rugby league for South Wales Scorpions.
In 2014, however, he hung up his boots to focus entirely on his darts where his true talent lay.
Price – who goes by the nickname ‘The Iceman’ as he walks on to Vanilla Ice’s hit song Ice Ice Baby – reached his second successive semi-final after defeating Daryl Gurney 5-4.
Following Michael van Gerwen’s shock whitewash defeat to David Chisnall on Friday night, world number three Price can dethrone the Dutchman at the top of the rankings if he wins this year’s PDC World Championship.
Bunting, meanwhile, secured a maiden last-four appearance via a 5-3 win against Krzysztof Ratajski.
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