Darts announcer leaves players baffled by announcing wrong players name
Both players and fans alike were completely baffled at Alexandra Palace as the PDC darts announcer when he announced the wrong name.
As Keegan Brown prepared to take the stage on Tuesday afternoon, entering to Queen's 'Don't Stop Me Now', he was left pulling a face when PDC announcer John McDonald announced his opponent, Boris Krcmar, instead.
Despite looked baffled while surrounded by fans before the first round tie, Brown quickly shrugged it off and made his way towards the oche. As he climbed onto the stage, he made a joking gesture to McDonald before giving him a hug as the announcer clearly apologised.
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McDonald quickly snapped back into action as he clarified Keegan was first out before then announcing his Croatian opponent's entrance. The PDC was also quick to share the gaffe on X, formerly Twitter, poking fun at the commentator.
The post said: "'There's only two Boris Krcmar's!'
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"Quality case of mistaken identity in our third game of the afternoon… Sorry John!"
It was Krcmar who had the last laugh as he brushed Brown aside with a 3-1 win over the Englishman. Despite losing the first set, the 44-year-old Croatian went on to win the next three sets to set up a second round tie against Dirk van Duijvenbode.
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