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World Grand Prix 2021: Results, draw & schedule – Sky Sports

World No 1 and defending champion Gerwyn Price is among the 32 players that will contest the World Grand Prix in Leicester – watch all seven days of action live from the Morningside Arena, starting on Sunday October 3 from on Sky Sports Arena

Last Updated: 07/10/21 11:00am

Gerwyn Price beat Dirk van Duijvenbode to lift the World Grand Prix trophy last year (Image: PDC)

Full details of the draw, results and schedule for the World Grand Prix will appear here as Gerwyn Price defends the title he won for the first time in 2020.

The Iceman beat debutant Dirk van Duijvenbode at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena last year as the tournament went behind closed doors and moved away from its traditional home in the Republic of Ireland.

Restrictions mean the tournament is once again on UK soil, with Leicester’s Morningside Arena the venue for the unique double-to-start competition.

World Grand Prix – Roll of Honour

11 Phil Taylor
5 Michael van Gerwen
2 James Wade
1 Colin Lloyd, Alan Warriner-Little, Robert Thornton
Daryl Gurney, Gerwyn Price

Schedule

World Grand Prix 2021: Format

First Round best of 3 sets
Second Round best of 5 sets
Quarter-Final best of 5 sets
Semi-Final best of 7 sets
Final best of 9 sets
All sets are the best of five legs
All legs will be double start and double finish, meaning players must first hit a double before they can begin scoring in each leg,
The bullseye will count as double 25
No tie-break in any match; deciding set would end 3-2, with the fifth leg being the deciding leg

Thursday October 7 (1900 BST)

Quarter-Finals

Danny Noppert v Ian White

Krzysztof Ratajski v Jonny Clayton

Gerwyn Price v Dave Chisnall

Stephen Bunting v Ryan Searle

Friday October 8 (1900 BST)

Semi-Finals

Saturday October 9 (2030 BST)

Final

Draw

Quarter-Finals

Top Half

(1) Gerwyn Price vs (8) Dave Chisnall
Stephen Bunting vs Ryan Searle

Bottom Half

Krzysztof Ratajski vs Jonny Clayton
Danny Noppert vs Ian White

Second Round

Top Half

(1) Gerwyn Price 3-1 Mervyn King
(8) Dave Chisnall 3-2 Ross Smith
(4) James Wade 1-3 Stephen Bunting
Ryan Searle 3-1 Luke Humphries

Bottom Half

Rob Cross 1-3 Krzysztof Ratajski
(7) Jose de Sousa 1-3 Jonny Clayton
Danny Noppert 3-0 Vincent van der Voort
Ian White 3-2 Darius Labanauskas

First Round

Top Half

(1) Gerwyn Price 2-0 Michael Smith
Martijn Kleermaker 0-2 Mervyn King
(8) Dave Chisnall 2-1 Mensur Suljovic
Joe Cullen 0-2 Ross Smith
(4) James Wade 2-1 Damon Heta
Stephen Bunting 2-0 Daryl Gurney
(5) Dimitri Van den Bergh 1-2 Ryan Searle
Dirk van Duijvenbode 0-2 Luke Humphries

Bottom Half

(2) Peter Wright 0-2 Rob Cross
Nathan Aspinall 1-2 Krzysztof Ratajski
(7) Jose de Sousa 2-0 Glen Durrant
Callan Rydz 0-2 Jonny Clayton
(3) Michael van Gerwen 0-2 Danny Noppert
Vincent van der Voort 2-0 Gabriel Clemens
(6) Gary Anderson 1-2 Ian White
Darius Labanauskas 2-1 Brendan Dolan

World Grand Prix 2021: Prize Money

Winner £110,000
Runner-Up £50,000
Semi-Finalists £25,000
Quarter-Finalists £16,000
Second Round losers £10,000
First Round losers £6,000

Results

Sunday October 3 – First Round

Martijn Kleermaker 0-2 Mervyn King

Dirk van Duijvenbode 0-2 Luke Humphries

Stephen Bunting 2-0 Daryl Gurney

Joe Cullen 0-2 Ross Smith

Dave Chisnall 2-1 Mensur Suljovic

James Wade 2-1 Damon Heta

Gerwyn Price 2-0 Michael Smith

Dimitri Van den Bergh 1-2 Ryan Searle

Monday October 4 – First Round

Darius Labanauskas 2-1 Brendan Dolan

Callan Rydz 0-2 Jonny Clayton

Vincent van der Voort 2-0 Gabriel Clemens

Nathan Aspinall 1-2 Krzysztof Ratajski

Gary Anderson 1-2 Ian White

Peter Wright 0-2 Rob Cross

Michael van Gerwen 0-2 Danny Noppert

Jose de Sousa 2-0 Glen Durrant

Tuesday October 5 – Second Round

Ryan Searle 3-1 Luke Humphries

James Wade 1-3 Stephen Bunting

Gerwyn Price 3-1 Mervyn King

Dave Chisnall 3-2 Ross Smith

Wednesday October 6 – Second Round

Ian White 3-2 Darius Labanauskas

Rob Cross 1-3 Krzysztof Ratajski

Danny Noppert 3-0 Vincent van der Voort

Jose De Sousa 1-3 Jonny Clayton

Don’t miss a dart with seven days of live World Grand Prix action from Leicester’s Morningside Arena getting underway on Sunday October 3 – join us from 6pm on Sky Sports Arena.