Kyle Anderson has established a new personal record at the Dutch Darts Masters. The Australian scored an average of 108.96 in his match against Justin Pipe. Anderson did not know before throwing such a high average on a stream or television tournament.
‘The Original’ went 4-2 against ‘The Force’, after which Anderson leveled the match. With a 12 and 14 darter, the Australian returned to 4-4. An 11-darter took care of a second break in a row, after which Anderson again fired a 12-darter to win the match
His old record Anderson established was in 2016 against Phil Taylor. At that time, the Auckland Darts Masters champion threw an average of 105.14 against ‘The Power’, but that was not enough for the win.
— MastercallerNL (@MastercallerNL) September 1, 2017
Tags: Dutch Darts Masters 2017, European Tour, Kyle Anderson
Author: Samuel Gill