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Belgian Darts Open without Huybrechts, Baetens and Vandenbogaerde: trio cannot qualify for darts tournament in Wieze

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The Belgian Darts Open in Wieze will start within three weeks. Unfortunately with only two compatriots. Kim Huybrechts, Andy Baetens and Mario Vandenbogaerde could not qualify. De Decker did qualify, Van den Bergh had a ticket anyway.

As national number 1, Dimitri Van den Bergh did not have to worry. His ticket for the largest darts tournament in Belgium was already ready. The others still had to work hard in Wigan, England, at the Tour Card Holder Qualifiers. In a Belgian get-together, Mike De Decker (PDC-39) beat Mario Vandenbogaerde (PDC-100) 6-4. Compatriot Kim Huybrechts lost out to Jeffrey de Zwaan. Andy Baetens (PDC-94) also failed to eliminate his Dutch opponent Danny van Trijp.

De Decker once again reached a high level — © Getty Images

De Decker had to win three matches to qualify. After Vandenbogaerde he was able to beat ‘The Wizard’ Simon Whitlock (PDC-45), after which Wessel Nijman (PDC-102) was defeated 6-5. A great achievement, because there used to be 24 places per tournament. Now only ten. The Malinois also qualified for the German Grand Prix in Munich. De Decker also had to win three matches for this. This was achieved against the Pole Radek Szaganski, 6-5, the Englishman Chris Landman, 6-3, and the Dutchman Martijn Dragt, 6-2.

Luke Littler with baptism by fire

Darts sensation Luke Littler (PDC-30) could not qualify for the German Grand Prix, but will make his debut on the European Tour in Wieze. The seventeen-year-old Englishman took revenge 6-0 in the first qualifying round for the Belgian Open against Szaganski, who had surprisingly eliminated him in the second round at the Players Championship 2 a day earlier. Before the tournament in Munich, the vice world champion became vice-world champion in the penultimate qualifying round. eliminated 6-5 by the Welshman Jim Williams (PDC-40).

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