Peter Wright apologises to Chris Dobey after criticism over Premier League choice|Darts News

Peter Wright has countered at critics and safeguarded his location in the Premier League after ideas Chris Dobey should have been selected ahead of him, apologising to the latter for stating ‘What’s he won?’

In an interview on Saturday, the Scot was ended up about the truth individuals have actually declared his invite to the Premier League was unjustified. To name a few, darts expert Chris Mason has actually spoken up and mentioned he believed Dobey was a much better option.

Following his 10-8 win over Krzysztof Ratajski, which clinched a location in the Masters quarter-finals, Wright informed Darts Now: “It was to shut Chris Mason up stating Chris Dobey ought to remain in the Premier League. What’s he won? He won a Masters, a Mickey Mouse competition. It’s all he’s won.

” Has he won a European Champion? Has he won a significant? A correct significant? No, he hasn’t.

Chris Dobey at the World Darts Championship
Chris Dobey did not make the Premier League choice for 2024

” Yes he was a much better gamer in 2015, however so what? I won 2 World titles, 2 World Cups, 2 European Champions and a Matchplay.”

In The Future Saturday, Wright apologised to Dobey for the remarks through social networks.

” I wish to apologise to Chris Dobey, it wasn’t indicated to be a dig at him personally, it had to do with being selected for the best [sic] league and the criticism about being choice [sic] over Chris Dobey. Not that I understand if it was an option in between us or not,” Wright published on X (previously Twitter).

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Rob Cross braked with a 109 checkout before taking the win versus Peter Wright in the Premier League of Darts’ opening night

Wright deals with Stephen Bunting in the Masters quarter-finals on Sunday. He handles world champ Luke Humphries in week 2 of the Premier League in Berlin on Thursday.

Smith silences whistlers to win in Cardiff

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Michael Smith beat Luke Littler 6-5, fighting versus loud whistles from the crowd

Previous world champ Michael Smith silenced the whistlers to win the opening night of Premier League Darts, beating teenage feeling Luke Littler and Gerwyn Prince on his method to success.

The St Helens star rejected seven-time Premier League champ Michael van Gerwen, 17-year-old Littler, home preferred Cost along with an unpredictable Cardiff crowd to top off a terrific efficiency in the Welsh capital and claim optimum points.

Premier League Darts continues Sky Sports on Thursday, February 8 as Berlin is the next stop on the 17-week extravaganza all the method through to the Play-Offs at the O2 Arena in London on Thursday, Might 23. Stream Sky Sports Darts without an agreement through NOW

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