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In the final of the European Championship , Anderson held a 10—7 advantage over Van Gerwen, but lost four legs in a row without getting a dart for the title as he was beaten 11— In the defence of his title, Anderson reached the final of the World Championship without facing any troubles following wins over Andy Boulton , Daryl Gurney , Vincent van der Voort , James Wade and Jelle Klaasen with the loss of just two sets.
Anderson took the fourth UK Open Qualifier with a 6—1 victory over James Wade , but at the main event suffered a huge surprise fourth round loss as amateur Barry Lynn won 9—3.
However, he was powerless to stop Michael van Gerwen from capturing the title with a 5—2 win. In his next event, the World Series of Darts Finals , Anderson wore glasses on stage for the first time.
He said after going for an eye test he could not believe he had won two world title without being able to see properly and also explained that he has had to change his throw after his old one would knock his glasses off.
In his quarter-final match with Dave Chisnall at the World Championship 33 s were thrown, just one shy of the record. With the match tied at three sets apiece, Chisnall was ahead in the seventh set 2—0, but missed four darts to take it and Anderson would win 5—3.
He was on a game unbeaten streak at the event and missed two darts to take a 3—1 lead over Michael van Gerwen in the early stages of the final.
Anderson had not averaged over in his two previous wins in the final, but averaged The pair smashed the record for the most s in a match with 42 and Anderson's 71 for the entire tournament is also a record.
Anderson and Van Gerwen also met in the final of the Masters , with Anderson losing 11—7. Anderson ended the season with a loss to finalist Phil Taylor in the quarter-finals of the World Championship , failing to reach the finals for the first time in 4 years.
With Rob Cross breaking into the top 3 in Order of Merit with his World Championship victory over Taylor, Anderson would play the season ranked 4th in the world.
This would queue him up for a series of semi-finals matches against Michael van Gerwen, the first of which would be a 5—11 loss in the Masters.
Having not reached the final since his loss to Taylor, Anderson reached the final for a second time to defeat Corey Cadby 11—7. Just a week later, Anderson followed up with back to back victories in Players Championships 3 and 4.
In the Premier League , Anderson had an 8—5—3 W—L—D record to finish 3rd in the league table and reach the playoffs for the 5th year straight, but would fall to Michael Smith in the semi-final.
Nevertheless, Anderson would turn around two days later to win his third Players Championship title of the year.
Another two weeks later, Anderson would join Peter Wright for the fourth time to represent Scotland at the World Cup.
With the pair having only lost one set before the finals, they fell to the reigning champions, Michael van Gerwen and Raymond van Barneveld of The Netherlands with MVG's 4—0 defeat of the Flying Scotsman.
Anderson kicked off the second half of the year with an 8—4 victory over Rob Cross in the final of the US Darts Masters where he hit the tournament high checkout of in the final leg.
The following week, his World Series success would come to an end after a first round defeat in the Shanghai Darts Masters. The tournament saw Anderson hit 52 s, the most ever in a winning effort at the Matchplay, and second overall only to the 56 that Adrian Lewis hit in his campaign that ended in defeat by Phil Taylor.
The Scotsman secured an 11—4 victory over the Austrian to avenge his defeat in the Final where the Austrian won 11—9. Anderson was quick to follow up with another 11—4 victory in the final against his fellow countryman Peter Wright to become the third champion in as many stagings of the tournament.
A week later in the World Grand Prix , Anderson would again struggle when he fell to the reigning champion Daryl Gurney for the second time in two weeks, with a 3—0 defeat in the quarter-finals.
In November, Anderson went undefeated in the group stage of the Grand Slam and met MVG in the semi-final having only lost 12 legs combined in the prior rounds.
Anderson took the set 16—12 before meeting Gerwyn Price in the final. After at one point leading the match 11—8, Anderson was visibly distracted by Price, and only won 2 of the next 10 legs, to lose 13—16 in the controversial final.
This time around, Van Gerwen would get the advantage, winning 11—9 before losing to Daryl Gurney by the same margin in the final. Anderson entered the World Championship as the 4 seed where he won his second round match 3—1.
His third round match was off to a good start where he was leading 3—1, and lost the next two sets, then survived match darts by Jermaine Wattimena to take the game to a tie break and win the seventh set with a score of 5—3 legs.
In the fourth round, Anderson recovered from a 2—0 deficit to Chris Dobey to win the final set in another tiebreaker with a score of 4—2 legs.
In the quarter finals, Anderson appeared to have gotten his game back with a 5—2 victory over Dave Chisnall and a The world number one put up a Anderson had been struggling with back problems for a couple of years at this point, and took the decision to withdraw from the Masters at the start of February due to these issues.
Anderson's brother Stewart died from a heart attack in September , at the age of Anderson is a supporter of Scottish football side Hibernian.
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Yeah, because darts isn't darts anymore. You need to have a word with everyone that watches darts. They call it gamesmanship, I call it cheating.
I'll say something. If they are all sniffing, they better get their test again - that's the way I look at it. In the other game in the group, Simon Whitlock has been playing some of the best darts of his life of late, and after a first day off in more than a week he produced an impressive display to beat Ryan Searle The Wizard has played competitive arrows for nine successive days having reached the quarter-finals of the World Cup with Australia, then qualifying for the Grand Slam after two hours sleep the following day.
He also played all five days at the Winter Series before an overdue day off on Sunday, but he was back on the board with a typically impressive display of finishing as he starts his bid to improve on his status as a three-time quarter-finalist.
James Wade is twice a runner-up in this event and makes no secret of the fact that he loves the longer format, but in the quickfire group stage he made no mistake in overcoming the awkward Damon Heta in Group F.
Anderson threw his first darts maximum at the age of just seven. He was picked as a javelin thrower in the British Olympic team of , but broke his arm before the team left for Mexico, an injury which brought an end to his javelin-throwing career.
He then turned his attention to football — playing to a moderately high standard for Lincoln United , Guildford City , Woking and Farnborough Town.
During this time, he had continued to play darts socially and decided to take up the game more seriously when his injury jinx struck again — this time a broken leg in ended his football career.
Anderson had a long and successful darts career, winning the World Professional Championship in and the Winmau World Masters in , and — the first man to win the Masters in three successive years.
Only Martin Adams has since emulated this feat by winning the , and tournaments albeit long after the split in darts and in a much weaker field.
Anderson won other tournaments during the s, considered darts' most glorious televised era when tournaments were regularly broadcast on BBC and ITV.
Two years after his world title success he underwent surgery to fix a back problem that threatened his darts career. He returned to the game professionally but never reached the same heights he had achieved in the s.
His world ranking stayed sufficiently high to earn automatic qualification for most major PDC tournaments, and he went on to reach the semi-finals of the PDC World Darts Championship in and Anderson was also the driving force behind the Bob Anderson Classic, a major darts tournament held every October.
The tournament started in and ran until· GARY ANDERSON stormed out of a live Sky Sports TV interview following an alleged 'cheating' storm at the Grand Slam of Darts. The Scot beat . View the profiles of people named Dart Anderson. Join Facebook to connect with Dart Anderson and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to. Velkommen til wallacefallscafe.com - Norges største utvalg.