Of the Pass against defending champion Anderson in the eighth finals, world cup of darts
Defending champion Gary Anderson has Friday without problems placed for the eighth-finals at the world cup of darts. His next opponent is the Dutchman Benito van de Pas, who is in an exciting duel debunked with Terry Jenkins.
Two-time world champion Anderson was in his second match at the Alexandra Palace in a curse and a sigh, finished with the ongeplaatste Englishman Andrew Gilding: 4-0.
Anderson, good for an average of eur 102.6 with three arrows, gave to his opponent, barely the opportunity to make a double aim. The Shot given to Gilding but four legs; in each set one.
The 23-year-old Of the Only took in the afternoon session in London a 3-1 lead in sets against the thirty-year-old Jenkins, but the experienced Englishman, semi-finalist at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in 2011, came with a strong game back to 3-3.
In an exciting deciding set was the initiative a long time for Jenkins, who is on a 2-3 lead in legs a matchdart missed out on double 20. The Only benefited and 4-3 in legs was his third matchdart or touch.
The Dutchman ran aground during the past two editions of the world cup still in the eighth-finals.
Summary: Program and results world CHAMPIONSHIP darts
The Englishman Darren Webster was in the second round, not set off against Simon Whitlock: 4-0. The Australian, in 2010 in a losing finalist at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS, threw an average of 99.5 is not so bad, but his dubbelpercentage (25) made him the tie.
The 48-year-old Webster, nicknamed ‘The Demolition Man’, found in the eighth-finals as possible, Michael van Gerwen. The current winner takes the Tuesday in the second round against the Spaniard Cristo Reyes and will find profit two days later Webster.
Raymond van Barneveld plays his second round-the party next Tuesday. Jelle Klaasen, the fourth Dutchman that the first selection has survived, is Wednesday in action.
Ian White reached first darter in the last sixteen by a fairly simple victory at Jonny Clayton Wales. The as fourteenth-placed Englishman had enough at an average of almost 93 per three arrows, because Clayton disappointing with an average of 86.
The 50-year-old Englishman Mervyn King in the 2009 semi-finalist at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS, was a thriller not up against his as the eleventh ranked compatriot Michael Smith: 4-3.
King came from a 3-1 deficit in sets, back to 3-3, but in the sixth leg of the seventh and decisive move, he had yet more to recognize in the 24 years younger, Smith.