Defending champion Anderson is full of confidence for the party against the Pass


Defending champion Anderson is full of confidence for the party against the Pass

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Defending champion Gary Anderson is confident that he and Benito van de Pas beat in the third round of the world CHAMPIONSHIP darts in London.

The 46-year-old Shot knew Friday not a penny of pain during his party in the second round against Andrew Gilding: 4-0. The 23-year-younger Of the Newly counted in a thriller with Terry Jenkins (4-3).

“I was hoping actually that I in the next round against Terry would play. He is one of my good friends,” said Anderson after his easy winnings on Englishman Gilding.

“I had not expected it to be so easy. Andrew is not really in his rhythm come. I know how dangerous he can be.”

Anderson think Of the Only difficult to get, but the two-time world champion is confident. “Benito played well in his party, but there is now something else to wait for. Wednesday, everything is different.”

Of the Pass, and Anderson meet each Wednesday at 20.00 hours. Later in the evening takes on former world champion Adrian Lewis up against the winner of the match between Raymond van Barneveld, Alan Norris.

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In his match against Jenkins noted Of the Pass that he is in the tournament grows. “I really am a fighter and knows how to make. The pressure was high, but I kept cool. I become better and better. Step by step I come closer to where I want to be.”

Last year, calculating Anderson in the final with Lewis: 7-5. This year he is behind the big favourite Michael van Gerwen as the second placed.

From the Pass, the number fifteen of the plaatsingslijst, presented in both 2015 as 2016 to the third round. Last year he went to Alexandra Palace for a place in the quarter-finals with 4-0 down against Michael Smith.

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Summary: Program and results world CHAMPIONSHIP darts

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