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Mardle praises 'relentless' Wright

Peter Wright produced the performance of the World Matchplay so far to dispatch Kim Huybrechts and book his place in the quarter-finals, and Wayne Mardle was full of praise for last year's beaten finalist.

Mensur feeling the heat in Blackpool

Mensur Suljovic says his World Matchplay title bid could be derailed due to a lack of sleep because his hotel room in Blackpool is "too hot".

'Chance of a lifetime' for Webster

Darren Webster believes he has a chance of a lifetime to break into the top 10 after dumping Rob Cross out of the World Matchplay.

Thursday at the World Matchplay

Gary Anderson continues his quest for a maiden World Matchplay title as the quarter-finals get underway on Thursday evening in Blackpool.

Cross crashes out of World Matchplay

World Champion Rob Cross was sensationally sent crashing out of the World Matchplay in Blackpool by 'Demolition Man' Darren Webster on Wednesday.

De Zwaan: I'm still in dreamland

Dutchman Jeffrey de Zwaan says he is "still in dreamland" after his latest giantkilling act at the World Matchplay on Tuesday.

Wednesday at the World Matchplay

Five of the world's top 10 are in action on Wednesday at the World Matchplay as the second round comes to a close at the Winter Gardens.

Health scare kicked Cross into shape

World champion Rob Cross says a major health scare made him re-evaluate his priorities, but he is now back in shape and determined to land the World Matchplay title, writes Raz Mirza.

Anderson beats Barney in classic

Gary Anderson made it through to the quarter-finals of the World Matchplay in Blackpool after edging out Raymond van Barneveld in a darting masterpiece.

Tuesday at the World Matchplay

The second round gets underway at the World Matchplay on Tuesday evening, as Gary Anderson takes on Raymond van Barneveld in a blockbuster clash at the Winter Gardens.

Five biggest darting shocks

Michael van Gerwen suffered one of the biggest shocks in World Matchplay history on Saturday night, as he was beaten in round one by world number 68 Jeffrey de Zwaan.

Huybrechts wins sudden-death epic

Kim Huybrechts claimed his first World Matchplay win in seven attempts as he edged John Henderson in a high-octane sudden-death shoot-out 13-12.