Rankings Update After ET7

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Rankings Update After ET7

IAN WHITE is now in the top ten on the PDC Order of Merit after picking up his third European Tour title in less than 12 months at the Dutch Darts Masters in Zwolle on Sunday.

White, who made it through to a fourth consecutive European Tour final at the event in The Netherlands, has now forced his way into the world's top ten at the expense of Simon Whitlock.

Steve West and Max Hopp were the only other two players in the top 32 to improve their Order of Merit ranking following the seventh European Tour event of 2019.

Meanwhile, the top 32 players on the European Tour Order of Merit as of September 29 will qualify for October's Unibet European Championship.

Following the first seven European Tour events of the year, Raymond van Barneveldand Glen Durrant are among the players on course to star in Gottingen.

White cemented his place in second on the European Tour Order of Merit behind Michael van Gerwen, who has four European Tour titles to his name so far in 2019.

The PDC stars will next get the chance to improve their standings at the eighth European Tour event of the year, the Danish Darts Open in Copenhagen across the weekend of June 14-16 with action broadcast on video.pdc.tv

See below the PDC Main Order of Merit and European Tour Order of Merit as of May 28, 2019.

PDC Order of Merit (PDC)
European Tour Order of Merit (PDC)

Top 32 players from final European Tour Order of Merit qualify for European Championship.