WDF World Cup Men Singles 2019

The 22nd edition of the WDF World Cup was held in Cluj-Napoca in Romania from 7 to 12 October. All records in terms of number of participants were broken. No less then 52 men teams, 46 ladies teams and 19 countries also sent their youth to Romania. It would be a World Cup without any incidents and with a fantastic organization which is an incredible compliment to the organizing country that itself is relatively very small in darts.

For the first time in history, the tournament gets a New Zealand winner. Darren Herewini beats Peter Machin from Australia in the final. On his way to the final, Herewini beats Richard Edwards, Leon Mertuk, Gary Elliot, Mindaugas Barauskas, Chris Landman, Mitchell Clegg and Martijn Kleermaker.

Machin also plays a strong tournament and beats Daniel Day, Johan Engström and Nick Kenny, among others. This year again many different nationalities among the last sixteen, including three Swedes. Peter Machin is the third Australian to reach the final of the men's WDF World Cup singles, but after Peter Hinkley in 1997 and Raymond Smith in 2017, he too must settle for silver.

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Venue: Romania Grand Hotel Italia, Cluj-Napoca From: Tuesday 08 October 2019 Till: Saturday 12 October 2019

Champion

Darren Herewini
Photographer: MasterCaller.com
2019 WDF World Cup