Michael van Gerwen wins his second successive UK Open qualifier with victory in the third event in Wigan.
Michael van Gerwen has won the third UK Open qualifier in Wigan with a 6-1 triumph over James Wade.
The world number one, who also won Saturday's event, dropped just 14 legs in seven matches as he steamrollered through the stacked draw.
After a 6-1 victory over Stephen Bunting earned him a place in the last eight, he overcame Vincent van der Voort before edging a last-leg decider with Robert Thornton.
He dropped the opening leg against Wade in the final before storming back with six legs in a row and an average of just below 100 to complete an impressive three days in the North-West.
Wade had earlier defeated Peter Wright and Adrian Lewis before succumbing to the Dutchman.
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