On the second day of the World Cup darts in London, two Dutchmen will take action: Jermaine Wattimena and Raymond van Barneveld. Don't miss out on the World Cup matches via our live blog.

Good afternoon and welcome to this live blog. My name is Anne van Eijk and I will keep you informed about the darts matches of the Dutch today.

  • World Cup darts
  • First round
  • LIVE
  • Wattimena-Humphries 0-0
  • 10 pm: Van Barneveld-Young

World Cup darts · a few seconds ago

Wattimena keeps his own leg and comes 2-0 in the first set.

WK darts · 2 minutes ago

Wattimena wins the first leg. 1-0 in the first set for the Dutchman.

WK darts · 6 minutes ago

It is time for the Jermaine Wattimena party. The Dutchman takes on Luke Humphries. For Wattimena it is his sixth World Cup participation. He never got further than the last 32.

WK darts · 13 minutes ago

Luke Woodhouse has no trouble with Paul Lim in the first round of the World Cup darts. The Englishman wins 3-0. The first Dutchman of the day will take action in ten minutes. Jermaine Wattimena takes on Luke Humphries.

World Cup darts · one hour ago

In a match between two debutants, the Japanese Yuki Yamada is the strongest. He won 3-1 against Ryan Meikle.

World Cup darts · 2 hours ago

The first game of the day has already been played at the World Cup darts. Darius Labanauskas beats Matthew Edgar 3-0.

LABANAUSKAS WINS! Darius Labanauskas is on to the next round. The Lithuanian darter defeated Matthew Edgar 3-0. #darts # rtl7darts

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World Cup darts · 4 hours ago

Nentjes: 'Don't take darts seriously enough'
Geert Nentjes was remarkably cheerful after his defeat to Kim Huybrechts in the first round of the World Cup darts in London. The 21-year-old Urker was already happy that he had resisted his opponent well and had turned it into an exciting match. "I don't actually take the game as seriously as I should. I am one of the youngest participants and I am still in school. Other boys my age have a big study debt and I have already thrown together a nice pocket."

World Cup darts · 6 hours ago

Michael van Gerwen burst out crying at the press conference yesterday after his victory (3-1) over Jelle Klaasen in the first round of the World Cup darts in London. The defending champion said he hated his countryman because of a past event.

Van Gerwen in tears after loaded World Cup duel with Klaasen

Darts · 6 hours ago

Van Barneveld is planning a farewell tour
Raymond van Barneveld announces on his Facebook to say goodbye next year to do something different than planned. "Because many people thought it was a shame that my farewell only takes place in Amsterdam, I came up with the following: I am going on a farewell tour! I am joining the Kings Of Darts and in that way I will also have my saying goodbye. " The Kings Of Darts takes place on January 24, 26 and 28 in Den Bosch, Enschede and Groningen. "Barney Dome on February 8 remains the absolute capstone of my career."

World Cup darts · 7 hours ago

Read the full interview with reporter Jeroen Bijma with Raymond van Barneveld here.

World Cup darts · 7 hours ago

"If I have to sign for reaching the final and then lose it, I will do so immediately. Can you see how desperate I am? I have never called this in my entire life, but this year will make you realistic "I have to prepare myself for it to be a great World Cup. Do the things I did as a seventeen-year-old boy in the attic room. Maybe the passion and the faith will come back." (3/3)

World Cup darts · 7 hours ago

"This life pulls everything out of me. Every time I have those depressions. If you keep losing, I can keep going for a while, but not years. My last major title (the Premier League of Darts, ed.) Dates from 2014. Believe me, today we live in a society that revolves around winning. I have been walking around this world for the last five years with the idea that I no longer belonged. " (2/3)

World Cup darts · 7 hours ago

Van Barneveld: "It might be better this way"
Raymond van Barneveld starts his last tournament in his career today. Just before the start of the World Cup darts in London, NUsport spoke with the five-time world champion. "I had to give up all year for my last World Cup. It hurts so much that I didn't qualify for everything to be able to say goodbye to people, but it might also be better if I went to one of those tournaments had performed well, I thought about going on for another year. " (1/3)

World Cup darts · 7 hours ago

This is the program for today in London:

From 1.30 pm
First round (best of 5 sets)
Darius Labanauskas-Matthew Edgar
Ryan Meikle-Yuki Yamada
Luke Woodhouse-Paul Lim

Second round (best of 5 sets)
Jermaine Wattimena (18) - Luke Humphries

From 8 p.m.
First round (best of 5 sets)
Mark McGeeney-Matt Campbell
Jamie Hughes-Zoran Lerchbacher
Raymond van Barneveld-Darin Young

Second round (best of 5 sets)
Rob Cross (2) - Kim Huybrechts

World Cup darts · 8 hours ago

Van Gerwen explains why he hates Klaasen
Michael van Gerwen started crying at the press conference after his victory (3-1) over Jelle Klaasen in the first round of the World Cup darts in London. The defending champion said he hated his countryman because of a past event. Klaasen was sentenced to a 16-hour community service in 2012 and a fine of 400 euros for having sent a number of nude photos of himself to a minor girl. Van Gerwen revealed on Friday that the girl in question is his family. (1/3)

World Cup darts · 8 hours ago

"If someone sends something like that to my wife's sister, while she was fourteen and has a disability, you will break. I will never be able to give it a place and I will never forgive him," says Van Gerwen about Klaasen. "It happened a long time ago, but it's all coming up again. Jelle and I were so close to each other in the past. We saw each other five days a week, did everything together. That's about of course. I like him not to the bone. " (2/3)

World Cup darts · 8 hours ago

Van Gerwen and Klaasen did not shake hands on the podium before and after the match. They walked past each other and did not want each other to look at each other. "Jelle does not deserve respect, so I am not going to give him a hand. I think that the people who accuse me of unsporting behavior are doing well now that they know what has happened in the past," Van Gerwen explained. "I thought it would be easier for myself, but it was very hard for me to face him. I was constantly thinking about it." (3/3)

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