Proud Van Gerwen attaches not much value to two negendarters
Michael van Gerwen is especially proud of his two negendarters in one party, but do not want to attach great importance to the work of art that Friday he showed in the qualifier for the UK Open.
The Dutch world champion threw in his won encounter with the Scotsman Ryan Murray (6-2) two ‘perfect legs’. (Click here to view the images) Only the legendary Phil Taylor went to him for, in 2010.
“I am happy that today I do something special I can do,” tweeted the 27-year-old Resident Friday night. “Two negendarters in one party. But the most important thing is that I had the tournament won.”
For his duel with Murray escaped Van Gerwen have to shutdown in Wigan. His opponent Adam Hunt had two ‘matchdarts’, but failed to exploit it. “There was something and I felt that I was ever something special could do,” said ‘Mighty Mike’ on the website of profbond PDC.
Pleased to do something special today. 2 9 darters in one game… But most important I won the tournament. Thanks f… https://t.co/octrxJc6ck
Time of placing
20:34 – February 10, 2017
After he Hunt is still with 6-5 defeated, them he also thanks his two negendarters with Murray. In the final battle had to then also Gary Anderson, even though his opponent in the world cup final, coming to believe at the global number one: 6-3.
“I am extremely proud of what I’ve accomplished, but I am also experienced enough to realize that the only two legs”, meaning Van Gerwen. “So it was nice that I could go on and the tournament was still able to win.”
Van Gerwen impresses with two negendarters in one party