After winning last weekend to the Austrian Darts Championship in Vienna, mensur Suljovic is dreaming.

Suljovic became the playoff participant to acquire a PDC title on home turf on Sunday, recovering from 6-3 to defeat world No 1 Michael van Gerwen at a finale.
‚The Gentle‘ had won only four of his 17 meetings against the Dutchman, however he registered his first triumph over MVG in a closing to scoop the #25,000 top prize and maintain his first title of 2019.
Suljovic becomes only the sixth player in PDC background to have won more European Tour titles and Darts winner’s prior Champions League insisted that it was the biggest win of his own life.
„It is the first time I’ve ever won a game on stage in Vienna and I won the occasion – it’s absolutely magnificent,“ said Suljovic.
„Michael is your No 1, however at the four-week holiday I have practised every day and that I was hungry. To acquire a European Tour event in my city is amazing, my greatest triumph.“
Even though the entire world No 9 has his sights set on the World Championship later this year, him moves into the cusp of regaining a spot in the planet’s top eight.
The 47-year-old hasn’t gone beyond the third round in 11 previous Alexandra Palace looks, but he believes he will contend for the biggest honor in world darts after his latest triumph.
„That is absolutely the biggest moment in my career, I am very happy,“ said Suljovic.
„Following this win is the very first time I have thought perhaps I might be a world champion.
„There was pressure to perform nicely in Vienna in the front of the very best crowd in the world.
„They gave me a push each time. When I was 6-3 down at the closing, the crowd pushed me to return and win the match.“
Even though his significant mission is the next month’s World Grand Prix, in which he’s reached three semi-finals in the last four years, as he attributes in the weekend’s European Darts Matchplay in Mannheim suljovic will aim to make it Tour titles.
It is not very long to wait until darts goes back on Sky Sports, the World Grand Prix gets underway on Sunday, October 6 at Dublin’s Citywest Arena and seven days of policy continues until the final on Saturday, October 12.

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