DAWSON MURSCHELL has withdrawn from the bwin World Series of Darts

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DAWSON MURSCHELL has been forced to withdraw from the bwin World Series of Darts Finals through illness and will be replaced by Max Hopp.

Canadian youngster Murschell became ill on Thursday ahead of his planned participation in this weekend’s £250,000 tournament in Vienna.

He attempted to fly to Austria but was taken ill at Heathrow airport, and though he was discharged from hospital on Friday morning was not able to travel.

Murschell will be replaced in the draw by Max Hopp.

The German ace was the next highest ranked player from the World Series of Darts Order of Merit who was able to compete in Friday’s first round, where he now meets Dave Chisnall.

The winner will progress to play number four seed Gary Anderson in Saturday’s second round.

bwin World Series of Darts Finals

Friday, November 2 (2000 Local Time 1900 UK Time)

First Round x8

 

Raymond Smith v Keegan Brown

Maik Langendorf v Damon Heta

Ian White v Kyle Anderson

Dave Chisnall v Max Hopp

Jamie Lewis v Dimitri Van den Bergh

Gerwyn Price v Royden Lam

Steve Beaton v Daryl Gurney

Ross Smith v James Wade

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