World Grand Prix 2002

In 2002 Taylor has a mission to revenge last year and he succeeds. He only loses three sets in the final against the number two in the world, John Part. All other matches he wipes his opponents off the stage.

in 2002 Taylor beats Keith Deller 2-0 in round one and beats the Irishman Jack McKenna in the second round with the same figures. Mark Holden loses in the quarterfinals with 0-4 and in the semi-final the victim is called Peter Evison (0-6). Taylor then averages over 100 in the final, something which is extremely rare in the double in, double out tournament. He beats John Part 7-3.

Of the eight seeded players, three do not survive the first round. Peter Manley is retired in the first round for the second consecutive year, this year the executioner is called Mark Holden. Denis Ovens loses to Dave Smith and defending champion Alan Warriner is surprised by Ritchie Buckle.

Venue: Ireland Republic CityWest Hotel, Dublin From: Tuesday 22 October 2002 Till: Sunday 27 October 2002

Champion

Phil Taylor
Photographer: PDC
2002 World Grand Prix

Prize money

  • High finish
    0
  • Champion
    £14,000
  • Runner-up
    £7,000
  • Semi finalists
    £4,000
  • Quarter finalists
    £2,250
  • Last 16
    £1,500
  • Last 32
    £1,250
  • Total
    £70,000

List of finals

Year Winner Result Runner-Up
2018
(1) (88.85)
5
5 - 2
(2) (91.61)
2
2017
(88.50)
5
5 - 4
2016
(1) (100.29)
5
5 - 2
(2) (92.73)
2
2015
(7) (90.79)
5
5 - 4
(1) (96.79)
4
2014
(1) (90.81)
5
5 - 3
(7) (89.26)
3
2013
(1) (97.67)
6
6 - 0
(7) (81.29)
0
2012 6 - 4
(81.96)
4
2011
(1) (90.29)
6
6 - 3
(84.68)
3
2010
(3) (88.92)
6
6 - 3
(89.33)
3
2009
(1) (97.07)
6
6 - 3
2008
(1) (97.81)
6
6 - 2
2007
(3) (86.03)
6
6 - 3
(4) (84.58)
3
2006
(2) (88.24)
7
7 - 4
(82.51)
4
2005
(2) (90.74)
7
7 - 1
(1) (82.05)
1
2004
(3) (85.28)
7
7 - 3
(77.90)
3
2003
(1) (94.81)
7
7 - 2
(2) (83.24)
2
2002
(1) (100.17)
7
7 - 3
(2) (88.63)
3
2001
(2) (83.52)
8
8 - 2
2000
(1) (91.33)
6
6 - 1
(3) (81.48)
1
1999
(3) (92.59)
6
6 - 1
(4) (81.26)
1
1998
(3) (94.61)
13
13 - 8
(1) (86.64)
8