world darts champion Gary Anderson is through to last 16
William Hill World Darts Champion Gary Anderson from Burnham-On-Sea
has reached the last 16 of the PDC World Championship with a victory
Londons Alexandra Palace over the weekend.
Anderson admitted he couldnt stop shaking during his tense
victory over Daryl Gurney in the second round of the World Darts
Championship on Saturday.
reigning world champion held his nerve at crucial moments to seal
a 4-1 victory over Gurney that was a lot closer than the final
score line looked.
started with 180, but couldnt stop shaking for two sets,"
he said after his victory. "There were good darts and bad
darts. Daryl missed some crucial doubles and I managed to clinch
"I had a good seven or eight days off (after the first round)
and it was like starting again so Im glad to get past it.
I have got a few days now on the practice board to get some work
who averaged 99.15, insisted his victory 12 months ago is in the
past now and he has set his sights on back-to-back successes at
said: "I want to try and get my hands on the trophy like
everyone else. In the first round I felt the pressure, but now
Im the old world champion and this is a new tournament."
Burnham-On-Sea player has a clash against 'The Dutch Destroyer'
Vincent van der Voort in the next round.
was given a civic reception by Burnham and Highbridge's Mayor
earlier this year following his world championship win.
held for Burnham's world darts champion Gary Anderson