Erstmals wurden zwei Plätze für Frauen reserviert. Im Finale sicherte sich Michael van Gerwen gegen Michael Smith seinen dritten WM-Titel. Inhaltsverzeichnis. Sieger wurde bei seinem WM-Debüt Rob Cross, der im Finale Phil Taylor besiegte. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Modus; 2 Teilnehmer. Die William Hill World Darts Championship wurde vom Dezember bis 1. Januar Darts-WM Raymond van Barneveld – letzter Auftritt einer Legende abgerufen am 7. Dezember ; ↑ Sherrock schreibt Geschichte bei.
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The first one was in Since the breakaway of the PDC players, there has been much debate about the relative merits of the players within each organisation.
The debate often focuses on the three-dart averages of players in matches. In Phil Taylor became the first player to average over in all six rounds of the tournament.
He repeated this feat though lost the final in and Michael van Gerwen achieved it in and Since the tournament has been shot in High Definition HD.
Their coverage is currently presented from a studio overlooking the interior of the Alexandra Palace venue. Television viewing figures for the final are as follows: .
The PDC world championship events are now broadcast on www. This website is a subscription only viewing and is limited to certain territorial restrictions.
The tournament has been sponsored by bookmaker William Hill since Previous sponsors have been:. Following popular darts commentator Sid Waddell 's death on 11 August , the decision was made to rename the champion's trophy to the Sid Waddell trophy from the tournament onwards.
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Sky News. Retrieved 13 August Van Gerwen broke again in the third set only for Aspinall to win the fourth set in a decider. Aspinall missed a dart to win the fifth set and Van Gerwen took the lead again, before winning the sixth set 3—0 to take a two-set lead in the match.
Aspinall won the seventh set, but Van Gerwen took the next two to secure his place in the final against Wright, a repeat of the PDC World Darts Championship final.
In the final, held on New Year's Day , Wright held the first set with a 3—2 win after Van Gerwen missed bullseye for a set-winning checkout.
Wright then took a two-set lead with a 3—1 set win, before Van Gerwen broke back in the third set with a 3—0 win, and won the fourth by 3—2.
Wright regained the lead in the fifth and then took a 3—0 win in the sixth set to go back to two legs clear. Again, Van Gerwen broke back with a 3—1 in the seventh; but Wright quickly regained the advantage, winning the eight set 3—2.
Wright went one away from the win with a 3—2 win in the ninth set. In the tenth set, Wright won the first leg. Van Gerwen missed double for a perfect nine-dart finish in the second leg, but took the leg regardless.
Wright won the third leg to throw for the match; and took out double to win the world championship for the first time. The draw took place on 25 November on Sky Sports News.
A total of 28 nationalities were represented, sharing the record of the edition. Sky Sports Darts, a temporary channel , broadcast all the games, with certain days simulcast on Sky Sports Main Event.
TalkSPORT held the national radio rights to the tournament, with the majority of their coverage to be held on talksport 2. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Danny Lauby. Mickey Mansell. Haupai Puha. Darius Labanauskas. Chengan Liu. Wayne Jones. Jamie Hughes.
Dirk van Duijvenbode. Bradley Brooks. John Henderson. Marko Kantele. Luke Humphries. Paul Lim. James Wade. Steve Lennon. Daniel Larsson. Scott Waites.
Matt Campbell. Kim Huybrechts. Di Zhuang. Mervyn King. Andy Hamilton. Nico Kurz. Andy Boulton. Deta Hedman.
Damon Heta. Danny Baggish. Michael van Gerwen. Derk Telnekes. Nick Kenny. Jason Lowe. Dmitriy Gorbunov. Maik Kuivenhoven. Matthew Edgar.
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