PDC announced this week that it would be played again for real. The summer series will begin on 8 July. However, the question is whether Michael Van Gerewen will be there. No.1 in the world is in doubt as to whether he will travel to London suburb Milton Keynes.
“It’s news that I can’t do much yet. If they (Quarantine Measures, ed.) Start to relax, I’ll definitely run again, but it remains to be seen”, he said in a conversation with said Darts news.
Anyone traveling to the United Kingdom is required to remain in quarantine for 2 weeks. Formula 1 drivers, who come to Silverstone in early August, are not due to special arrangements. The PDC hopes that the British government will implement these measures for its dart players as well.
“Van Gerwen said,” It is almost impossible for Europeans to be 2 weeks early. 2 weeks in a hotel in quarantine, same food, which is difficult for European players. “
The PDC wants to make the Summer Series count for the world rankings, but according to Van Gerwen it is not entirely fair. “I think you have to have 90 percent of the players who can make that count completely fair. But the question is whether it is possible.”