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PDC WC. Grand Slam Wild Card Qualifier. PDC Q. World Grand Prix. After suffering a loss of form in , Whitlock bounced back in style winning five ProTour events in as many months from October Simon Whitlock — Official Facebook fan page.
He stays on course for another huge title as well as ending The Asp's dreams less than 24 hours after he had ended the reign of Gerwyn Price.
Aspinall was first to strike, landing a dart break of throw for a lead, the first of eight consecutive breaks of throw that had Van den Bergh within one, but could so easily have had Aspinall four of five legs clear.
Instead, Van den Bergh was to find himself level with the first hold of throw since the third leg, but the Belgian was operating 10 points below his tournament average and Aspinall was out to take advantage.
The man from Stockport dug deep to find the crucial burst that looked to have broken the Dreammaker's spirit. A three-leg took him into a lead, berating himself with a cry of 'wake up' when he took the second of them.
Van den Bergh is a major champion and showed all of those qualities to produce a stunning burst of his own. Finishes of and were the highlights of a run that took him from down and into a lead.
A topsy-turvy encounter still had drama to unfold as Aspinall claimed the next three legs in 13, 18 and 14 darts to stand within one of a maiden Grand Slam semi-final.
But Van den Bergh showed poise of his own to first level and then leave 36 after 12 darts against the throw in the decider, pinning his favour double 18 to seal a spot in the last four.
He was pitted alongside world No 4 Michael Smith, former World Master Krzysztof Ratajski and four-time women's world champion Lisa Ashton in Group C - touted as this year's 'Group of Death' - where he progressed as runner-up after recovering from defeat against Smith to topple Ratajski and Ashton.
The Portuguese star defied a spirited fightback from Dave Chisnall to reach the last eight, before gaining revenge for his group stage defeat against Smith in a pulsating quarter-final, which saw 'Bully Boy' depart despite firing in 14 maximums.
De Sousa is no stranger to the elongated format following his soft-tip exploits and although he's the only semi-finalist without a major title to his name, his European Darts Grand Prix success in October will offer plenty of encouragement for one of the game's emerging forces.
James Wade has a per cent record in Grand Slam semi-finals but he's bidding to go one step better this year and lift this coveted crown for the first time in his career - which would see him scoop a landmark 10th major televised title.
Wade is a compelling character but his nonchalant demeanour appears to be serving him well in Coventry. He advanced through Group F with maximum points and posted averages of 98 and in recording impressive wins over Ian White and Damon Heta.
I lost the first three sessions and went down , but I kept digging in and believing in myself. It's a lesson for me but this week is going very well and I'm playing strong.
Physically and mentally I feel drained, I can be so much better. Van den Bergh opened the tie with six perfect darts but lost the first leg and trailed before eight successive breaks of throw left Aspinall up.
The Belgian held throw to level, but Aspinall finished double ten, 74 to break and double eight as he opened up a three-leg gap, which he retained at and despite Van den Bergh again throwing six perfect darts in one leg.
The Belgian finished 82, and double four as he hit back to level at all, and added another three straight legs as he moved into a lead. Aspinall, though, levelled as he punished four missed doubles from the two-time World Youth Champion, and fired in tops for a third straight leg as he moved up.
Van den Bergh landed a and posted double 16 to send the game into a deciding leg, in which Aspinall was left on 36 after landing a only to see his rival pin double 18 for the win.
Monday's semi-finals will see Whitlock take on De Sousa in the opening contest before Wade faces Van den Bergh, with the tournament then set to conclude with the final on Tuesday.