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Who wins World Grand Prix (darts) 2021?

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2021 World Grand Prix Darts

With the 2020 World Grand Prix of darts now drawn to a close we can start to look forward to the 2021 edition and the hopeful reintroduction of fans into the arena.

Next years edition will take place in its usual early October slot, in the City West Hotel in Dublin. Tickets are already being sold so the PDC are very hopeful that the famous darts atmosphere that has been sorely missed this year will be back next year.

The format will be the same unique double-in double-out, and the prize money is likely to remain around the same mark as this year at a total £450,000, with the winner taking home £110,000.

The qualification criteria for next year is yet to be confirmed, but it will likely be similar to last year with the top 16 from the PDC Order of Merit alongside the top 16 non-qualifiers from the ProTour Order of Merit, ensuring a truly world class field.

Next Year’s Contenders

Some of the world’s best players have struggled to find form post lockdown and that might partly be down to the lack of atmosphere that they are so used to thriving on. This year’s World Grand Prix of darts was no different and saw several upsets with 7 of the top 10 seeds exiting in the first round.

Gerwyn Price was the exception to this rule with the Welshman looking very comfortable throughout the tournament and going on to beat unseeded Dirk van Duijvenbode in the final. Price has quickly become one of the best players in the world since his introduction to the professional game and will certainly be one of the favourites to retain his title next time round.

Dirk van Duijvenbode became the first person ever to reach the final of the World Grand Prix on his debut in the tournament, and next year he will certainly be looking to go deep into the competition again to prove it was not a fluke.

Michael van Gerwen will certainly be looking for an improved performance from himself in next year’s event. The world number 1 and top seed was eliminated by unseeded Simon Whitlock in the quarterfinals. MVG historically likes this tournament, winning it on 5 occasions and as recently as 2019 so is a good bet to regain his form by next year.

The only player outside Phil Taylor and MVG to win the World Grand Prix multiple times is 2 times champion James Wade, who was eliminated in round one this year and is another player who will want more from himself going forward.


With so much uncertainty surrounding what will happen both at the oche and away from it between now and next October it is a tough one to call. There is now a huge pool of both young and experienced darts players that are capable of winning titles, and they’ll all be vying for this one.