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Michael van Gerwen (* April in Boxtel) ist ein professioneller niederländischer Dartspieler. gewann er die PDC-Weltmeisterschaft und wurde. Der niederländische Darts Profi Michael van Gerwen ist der bisher jüngste PDC Weltmeister. Mighty Mike gewann seine erste PDC. Die offiziellen Michael van Gerwen Darts von XQ Darts. Zum Artikel. Steel Dartset (3 Stk) Mighty Generation III Michael van Gerwen. %. Steel Dartset (3 Stk). Michael van Gerwen is the Worlds current number 1 ranked darts player. He has over 34 televised title wins, come and watch him live today! Michael van Gerwen. Gefällt Mal · Personen sprechen darüber. Welcome to the official page for Michael van Gerwen, the World Darts Champion.
Der niederländische Darts Profi Michael van Gerwen ist der bisher jüngste PDC Weltmeister. Mighty Mike gewann seine erste PDC. Bei der Darts-WM in London würdigen sich Michael van Gerwen und Jelle Klaasen keines Blickes. Warum können sich die beiden. Michael van Gerwen is the Worlds current number 1 ranked darts player. He has over 34 televised title wins, come and watch him live today!
He won the World Masters and threw a televised nine-dart finish at the Masters of Darts , becoming the youngest player to do either at age However, after this initial burst onto the darting scene, Van Gerwen struggled for consistent form until his breakthrough year in Improving from world number 38 at the start of to number four at the beginning of , he won his first major PDC title at the World Grand Prix and reached the final at the World Championship.
He also holds the record for the highest three-dart average in a televised darts match, with He has dominated darts in subsequent years, winning 18 tournaments in and 25 in Michael van Gerwen was born on 25 April in Boxtel in the Netherlands.
He also won the Men's events in the Norway and Northern Ireland Opens in the same year that he took the youth titles. Before he became a professional darts player, he worked as a tiler.
He did manage the highest possible checkout of during the tournament. He managed to eclipse that performance at the Winmau World Masters by becoming the youngest ever champion.
Having trailed 1—4 and 2—5 to Adams, he came back to win the title and take Eric Bristow 's record as the youngest ever winner at the age of 17 years and days.
His early career success led to the inevitable speculation that he may join the other professional circuit of darts, the Professional Darts Corporation.
He had already committed to playing at Lakeside, so the place went to Rico Vonck who finished second in the rankings.
Van Gerwen was the bookmakers pre-tournament favourite to win the Lakeside World title, but his hopes were ended in the first round by Gary Robson.
This included the Open Holland in , in which he took the title. In the second Players Championship the following day, he beat Raymond van Barneveld in the early rounds only to lose to Alan Warriner-Little in the quarter-finals.
He followed up his victory over Van Barneveld by beating 13 times World Champion Phil Taylor by 3 sets to 0 on the opening night of the Masters of Darts tournament.
All three sets went to a deciding leg which Van Gerwen clinched with 14, 12 and 12 darts. He went on to reach the semi-final of the tournament and achieved a perfect nine-dart finish against Van Barneveld, but lost the match.
He failed to qualify for the Las Vegas Desert Classic and was defeated in round two of the World Matchplay in Blackpool by Ronnie Baxter 12—14, having been one leg from victory at 12— His first PDC World Championship saw him paired with Phil Taylor in 's first round ; notably, he had one dart at double 12 to win the match and knock out the 13 time world champion.
Wayne Mardle did end Taylor's run in that year's quarter-finals. He couldn't maintain his form, however, as he lost all three legs in the deciding set to exit the tournament 3—4.
In , he won the second UK Open qualifier of the season, defeating Dave Chisnall in the final 6—1. He went on to lose 13— Van Gerwen's third title of the year came at the 11th Players Championship , where he defeated Ian White 6—1 in the final with a He came from behind to knock out Colin Lloyd 2—1 in the first round,  and then beat an out of sorts Adrian Lewis 3—1 in the second.
In a Championship League game, Van Gerwen averaged an incredible He won six of his seven league matches to finish top of the table, but then lost 5—6 to the same opponent in the semi-finals.
Van Gerwen won all three of his group games at the Grand Slam of Darts to top Group B and face Phil Taylor in the last 16, in a match billed as a clash between the current best two players in the world.
His eighth tournament win of came at the 20th and final Players Championship, where he beat Taylor for the first time in a final and also beat reigning world champion Adrian Lewis in the semi-finals.
After his exceptional year in , Van Gerwen entered the World Championship as the second favourite behind Phil Taylor. In the deciding set, Lewis missed two darts at double top for the match, as Van Gerwen stepped in to finish 83, and double four in successive legs to seal the win and progress to the semi-final.
He almost repeated the feat in the very next leg, after hitting eight perfect darts before missing one dart at double 12 that would have seen him become the first player ever to hit back-to-back perfect legs.
However, he lost the set and the next as Wade leveled the match, but Van Gerwen's superior scoring power eventually told as he won the match 6—4.
Taylor then rallied to win five successive sets to take the title 7—4. Van Gerwen's run in the tournament saw him climb to number four on the Order of Merit, which guaranteed his place in the Premier League for the first time.
The win saw Van Gerwen replace Wade as the world number three. His unbeaten run stood at 29 matches until this defeat. In the Premier League , Van Gerwen became the first player other than Phil Taylor to finish top of the league after Taylor had done it in all eight previous stagings of the event.
Van Gerwen was 2—5 down but then won five unanswered legs before Taylor stopped the rot by taking out a finish of In the next leg, Van Gerwen declined a dart at the bull when on a finish of 87 to set up 32, but Taylor stepped in to finish to level the match at 7—7.
However, Van Gerwen began the 15th leg with a and won two consecutive legs to move within one game of the title.
He missed two darts at double eight to win 10—7, but with Taylor leaving 40 after 12 darts in the next, Van Gerwen finished on the bull to become only the fourth player to win the Premier League.
Van Gerwen's play continued as he won the European Darts Open in Düsseldorf, Germany, saving his best performance for the final where he beat Simon Whitlock 6—2 with an average of It was Van Gerwen's fifth title in a row and he was on a run of 24 unbeaten games.
Van Gerwen did not quite produce his best game as he was beaten 7— In the Winners Group , Van Gerwen was the only player to beat Taylor and he finished second in the table by winning five of his seven games.
In the semi-finals, he saw off Richie Burnett 6—2 to face Taylor in the final. Van Gerwen fell 5—0 down before winning three successive legs but had left himself too much to do and lost 6—3.
He produced the second in the final as from 6—3 down he hit a seven leg burst against Taylor and secured his second major title of the year with an 11—7 victory.
Van Gerwen won with a 6—0 whitewash and an average of Van Gerwen made it 6—2, needing one set to win but his scoring and finishing then faltered, as Wright took the next two sets to make it 6—4.
Van Gerwen took advantage of two missed darts from Wright in the deciding leg of the next set to win 7—4.
He became the sixth different winner of the event and, at the age of 24, the youngest as well as jumping above Phil Taylor to become the new world number one.
On the opening night of the Premier League , Van Gerwen registered the first ever whitewash over Taylor in the tournament's history, 7—0 in 13 minutes with an average of He went into his singles match versus Lewis knowing a win would earn the Dutch pair the title and he did so with a 4—2 success.
Van Gerwen played in his first World Matchplay final this year but couldn't match Taylor's fast start to the match as he trailed 7—1 and 11—2 and, despite a rally to pull back to 14—8, he was beaten 18—9.
The loss left Van Gerwen in tears on the stage afterwards. His second major title of the year came at the World Grand Prix as he edged a close final against James Wade 5—3 in sets.
Van Gerwen took the first five legs in the final against Terry Jenkins and never looked back as he sealed his sixth PDC major title 11—4. Van Gerwen progressed to the semi-finals of the World Championship , which included his then highest World Championship average of However, he missed four darts to take the next set and instead saw his reign as world champion come to end with a 6—3 loss.
In the UK Open fifth round, he set his highest televised average of It saw him overtake Wade as the PDC's second most successful player with nine major tournament wins, but still a long way behind Taylor who leads with It marked the first time Van Gerwen had retained a major title.
Van Gerwen was untroubled in reaching the final of the Grand Slam which included a 16—4 victory over Kim Huybrechts in the quarter-finals whilst averaging In the final, he was 3—0 and 7—3 behind Taylor, but won six unanswered legs and went on to take the tournament with a 16—13 win.
It also ensured he had featured in every televised final since the World Championship at the start of the year. Van Barneveld went 2—0 up in legs before Van Gerwen threw a dart leg, but he missed one dart to level the game in the next leg allowing his Dutch rival to finish on 96 to knock him out.
Van Gerwen's average of He had missed three darts to seal a 7—0 win which would have seen him average over Taylor had led 2—1 but Van Gerwen soon took control of proceedings and won ten of the following eleven legs to complete a resounding win.
Van Gerwen had won three of the six UK Open Qualifiers and in the fourth round of the main event he produced his fifth televised nine-dart finish whilst defeating Rob Cross 9—5.
He also hit finishes in the leg before and after the perfect leg. It was time winner Taylor's first defeat in a Matchplay final and only his eighth defeat in the tournament since Van Gerwen claimed six of the ten European Tour events, five Players Championships and two World Series tournaments, as well as taking the main event of each of these tours, the European Championship averaged Van Gerwen averaged over in each of his four matches as he advanced to the semi-finals of the World Championship without facing a player in the top 20 on the Order of Merit.
It beat Phil Taylor's previous best of In the last set, Van Gerwen missed a dart at double 12 for a nine-darter.
Van Gerwen ultimately took 12 of the next 14 legs to establish a 6—2 lead. He got over the line to take his second World Championship crown with a 7—3 win.
Van Gerwen won his third successive Masters title by defeating Anderson 11—7 in the final, finishing with a After overcoming Anderson 10—7 in the semi-final, he would go on to face Peter Wright in the final.
The Scotsman was leading 7—2 but Van Gerwen staged a remarkable comeback to level at 8—8. Wright then had the title for the taking at 10—9, but missed six consecutive match darts to allow Van Gerwen to again level and a dart leg against the throw gave the Dutchman his third Premier League title, with a tournament average of At the World Matchplay in July, Van Gerwen failed in his attempt to retain the title he won in He eased to wins over Stephen Bunting 10—4 and Simon Whitlock 11—3 but suffered a heavy 16—6 defeat at the hands of Phil Taylor in the quarter finals.
He then defeated Adrian Lewis 10—4 meaning he needed to win his final group game against Phil Taylor without losing 7 legs in the match.
Van Gerwen went on to lose 10—9. At the World Grand Prix in October, the tournament in which Van Gerwen claimed his maiden PDC Major televised title in , Van Gerwen suffered a surprise first round exit to Scotsman John Henderson 2 sets to 1 it marked the first time Van Gerwen had lost in the opening round in the event since he was bidding to win the tournament for the fourth time in six years.
Notably in his semi-final clash with Kyle Anderson , Van Gerwen was on the receiving end of a 9 darter and his Australian opponent had missed two match darts to progress to the final but the Dutchman prevailed, winning 11— He defeated Steve Lennon in the last 16 by a convincing 10—3 win.
In his third round match against Price, Van Gerwen won 4—2 despite losing seven legs in a row. In the quarter-final, Van Gerwen faced Raymond van Barneveld.
Van Gerwen led 4 sets to 3 and was throwing first in set 8, but Van Barneveld took out 84 in the fifth leg of that set after Van Gerwen had missed one match dart at double This clutch finish sent the match to a deciding set.
With the ninth set level at 1 leg each, Van Barneveld missed three darts at double 16 to move within one leg of the match, and Van Gerwen stepped in to finish 96 to break.
Van Gerwen held his throw in the subsequent leg to win the match 5—4. The first eight sets went with throw, then Van Gerwen broke to go 5—4 ahead.
In set 10, with Van Gerwen throwing first, he lost his throw to fall behind two legs to one. He then missed six darts to send the set into a fifth leg In which he would have been throwing for the match , allowing Cross to step in to level the match at five sets apiece.
The first four legs of the deciding set were shared to send the set into a tie-break. The next four legs went with throw Although Cross did miss one match dart at the bullseye to win the set 4—2 , then Van Gerwen broke to go 5—4 up.
He then missed five shots at a double to win the match, before Cross sent the match into a sudden death last leg. After Cross won the bull-off to gain the throw, he missed double 16 for a match-winning checkout.
This allowed Van Gerwen one last gasp at a finish of He got a shot at double 16, but couldn't take it, which was his sixth missed match dart.
Cross put the match to rest by hitting double eight to win the sudden death last leg, stunning Van Gerwen 6 sets to 5. His next televised tournament was the Masters , where he took his fourth consecutive win at the tournament beating his compatriot Raymond van Barneveld in the final with a average, after earlier wins over Gary Anderson , James Wade and Kim Huybrechts.
Despite sitting out the final three qualifiers, his performances at the first three events was enough for him to top the UK Open Order of Merit and enter at the third round of the tournament.
Drawn against Jeffrey de Zwaan , he lost 8—10 with a 96 average. After sitting out both Players Championship 3 and Players Championship 4 , he returned to form with his third Players Championship of the year, and sixth title overall, with a 6—2 victory over Chris Dobey in Players Championship 5.
It was his 22nd European Tour title. After sitting out of Players Championships 7 and 8 he attempted to win his third European Tour title of the season but was beaten in the quarter-finals 2—6 by Ian White.
Van Gerwen won the European Darts Grand Prix, his 23rd European Tour title and his 10th title of the year that included wins over Dave Chisnall in quarter-finals by a scoreline of 6—4, a 7—0 whitewash over Michael Smith in the semi-finals and an 8—3 victory over James Wade in the final.
Notably, in his semi-final match with Daryl Gurney, Van Gerwen trailed 2—6 as well as surviving 3 match darts but the Dutchman produced a comeback performance to knock out the Northern Irishman 7—6.
His 12th title of the year followed shortly after on the 17th May in winning the Premier League by beating Rob Cross 10—6 in the semi-finals and a comprehensive 11—4 victory over Michael Smith in the final with an average of It was his 3rd consecutive Premier League title and his 4th Premier League title overall.
His 13th title of the year would follow shortly after in the World Cup of Darts with partner Raymond van Barneveld. The following week he was back to winning ways with his 15th title of the year and his 26th European Tour title in the European Matchplay with an 8—2 victory over William O'Connor in the final.
He also threw the first nine-dart finish in over 5 years on the European Tour in his 2nd round match against Ryan Joyce.
Van Gerwen's reign as the US Masters and Shanghai Darts Masters champion would come to end as he suffered loses to James Wade 3—8 in the quarter finals  and to Michael Smith 4—8 in the semi-finals respectively.
Van Gerwen's next televised tournament was the World Matchplay. Drawn against Jeffrey de Zwaan in the first round, Van Gerwen lost 6—10 to his compatriot.
Van Gerwen returned to the winning circle by claiming his first World Series of Darts title of by defeating compatriot Raymond van Barneveld 11—4 at the final of the Auckland Darts Masters final.
Van Gerwen lifted the World Grand Prix title, the fourth time he had won that title, with a 5—2 win over Peter Wright.
He knocked Alan Tabern out in the second round despite having beer thrown at him during the walk on,  before consecutive 4—1 victories over Max Hopp  and former world champion Adrian Lewis.
A dominant semi-final performance by the Dutchman saw him triumph 6—1 over Anderson,  to reach the final against Michael Smith. He regained the world championship with a 7—3 win over Smith.
Van Gerwen kicked off the circuit with winning the Masters , defeating James Wade 11—5 in the final to secure his fifth consecutive Masters title.
He retained his Premier League title yet again, beating Daryl Gurney 10—7 in the semifinals, and beating Rob Cross 11—5 in the final.
The first two World Series events of did not go well for him, suffering an 8—6 defeat to Michael Smith in the quarterfinals of the US Darts Masters ,  and blowing a 5—1 lead to lose 6—5 to qualifier Martin Schindler in the first round of the German Darts Masters.
He finally got back to winning ways in Melbourne and New Zealand ,  winning those finals by scores of 8—3 and 8—1 over Gurney and Van Barneveld respectively.
Van Gerwen retained his World Grand Prix title with a win over Dave Chisnall ,  and won the Champions League of Darts for the first time, recovering from three legs down to beat Peter Wright 11— He easily reached the quarter-final, recovering from losing the first set to Jelle Klaasen in the second round to win,  before consecutive 4—0 victories over Ricky Evans  and former BDO World Champion Stephen Bunting.
Van Gerwen leans quite a lot forward on the oche and throws at a very fast pace and scores extremely heavily meaning he is able to build up momentum over his opponents in a matter of seconds.
He did so in winning the first three PDC major titles of his career, firstly in the Grand Prix final he came back from 1—4 down in sets to triumph 6—4 and in the Premier League final he came from 2—5 down to win five successive legs and eventually won 10—8.
He is also capable of taking out big checkouts to win matches when his opponent is well placed. Having started with four dart legs or better in the first six legs, he missed double 18 three times for an average of over which would have earned a shutout win had he found the double.
Five-time World Champion Eric Bristow has described him as fearless,  and Van Gerwen has said he is not scared of any player.
He celebrates important visits to the board with sudden short-range headbutts and a bouncing double fist-pump.
In December , Sky Sports televised a one-hour documentary called "Mighty Mike" which charted his rise in darts as well as his life away from the sport.
Van Gerwen is the youngest player ever at 17 years and days to throw a televised nine-darter. Michael van Gerwen holds the world record televised average of Michael van Gerwen.
In this Dutch name , the family name is Van Gerwen , not Gerwen. See also: Nine-dart finish. See also: High dart average.
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The win saw Van Gerwen replace Wade as the world number three. This clutch finish sent the match to a deciding set. A 6—6 draw with ensured he would finish top of the Premier League for the third year in a row.
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From 5—5 in the final, Raymond van Barneveld took four successive legs and ended Van Gerwen's Premier League reign with a 10—6 win. The world's greatest ever player Phil Taylor will take a final bow in front of Aberdeen darts fans in the.
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