Darter Jonathan Worsley has not competed in the PDC Winter Series in Coventry since Saturday. Not because he lost his match, but because he pushed the number one in the world, Michael van Gerwen.
The Welshman has been kicked out of the tournament by the organization after the high-profile incident in the catacombs of the Ricoh Arena.
After his own match, Worsley had to keep the score at another match, but because he had spilled a drink on his shirt and was forced to change, he did so in a rugby shirt, something that is not allowed by the organization. A reprimand followed and Worsley apologized.
Not happy with Van Gerwen
Van Gerwen was also assigned to write for a game, but had arranged a replacement. According to Worsley, that replacement was also not wearing the right clothes, after which he approached the tournament director about this.
Van Gerwen was not pleased with this and went to get a story from Worsley. “He called me a rat and continued to intimidate me,” said Worsley. “He kept on going, so I pushed him.”
Van Gerwen then filed a complaint with the darts association PDC, who decided a little later to expel Worsley from the tournament.
“I admit that I called him a rat. We are colleagues, he could have come to me to talk to me if he had a problem,” Van Gerwen responded. “Everyone knows that when something like this happens, there is only one outcome.”
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