Simon Whitlock (* 3. März in Cessnock) ist ein australischer Dartspieler der Professional Darts Corporation (PDC). Sein Spitzname lautet The Wizard (dt. Simon Whitlock ist ein australischer Dartspieler, der am 3. März in Cessnock geboren wurde. Er ist auch unter seinem Spitznamen „The Wizard“ und für. Simon Whitlock Darts. Simon Whitlock Darts. Sortieren nach.
Produkte von Simon WhitlockSimon Whitlock (* 3. März in Cessnock) ist ein australischer Dartspieler der Professional Darts Corporation (PDC). Sein Spitzname lautet The Wizard (dt. Simon Whitlock aus Australien ist ein bekannter Dartprofi. Er stand bereits im WM Finale und hat die European Darts Championship gewonnen. Simon Whitlock Darts. Simon Whitlock Darts. Sortieren nach.
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In the end, it was 'The Machine' who held his nerve, holding off Heta's relentless comeback by winning the last three legs of the match to seal a semi-final showdown with Van den Bergh.
Playing in his first major televised quarter-final, Heta's inexperience showed early on as Wade powered to the opening four legs without allowing the Australian a dart at a double.
Having got on the board in the fifth, Heta grew into the contest and edged the second session to stay in touch as both players found the outer ring with ruthless efficiency in a compelling contest.
Wade was proving a tough man for Heta to hunt down, finishes of and underlining The Machine's confidence before a break of throw took him four clear again at Heta pinned a classy finish to level the match for the first time at 13 apiece but Wade was unfazed, claiming the next three legs to keep his title hopes alive.
Wade has twice come close at the Grand Slam, and is a self-confessed admirer of the longer format, and a average underlined his title credentials as he reached the last four for the first time since and just the second time in the last 10 years.
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Mind you, before the last couple of months he had no idea how to beat Michael van Gerwen having lost his last 15 matches against the world No 1 and won just one of the previous On Sunday night Whitlock beat Van Gerwen for the third time in recent months and with it ended the Green Machine's major hopes for a third major since lockdown - he will now hope to improve on what followed on the previous two occasions.
He also beat the Dutchman in the second round at the Grand Prix last month but was defeated by Dirk van Duijvenbode in the semi-finals.
Whitlock has one major title under his belt, having won the European Championship, and he has played more darts than anyone else in this relentless four-week stretch but with a per cent record so far this week he has shown no signs of slowing down.
He was pitted alongside world No 4 Michael Smith, former World Master Krzysztof Ratajski and four-time women's world champion Lisa Ashton in Group C - touted as this year's 'Group of Death' - where he progressed as runner-up after recovering from defeat against Smith to topple Ratajski and Ashton.
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Darts :. It's a crazy year for me. I am really, really happy and for my fans! James Wade remains on course to reach his third Grand Slam of Darts final after taking a win over Damon Heta in another high-quality last eight encounter.
The and runner-up made a superb start to win the opening four legs without reply and also led at one stage. Australia's Heta, though, hit back to level the game after 26 legs as he searched for his maiden televised ranking semi-final, only to see the left-hander take three legs without reply to claim victory.
Legs of 15, 15, 13 and 11 darts from Wade saw him make a brilliant start and establish a ton-plus average which he would retain throughout the contest.
Heta pulled back to , but Wade denied him a chance to level with a key tops, and took out and as he moved into a lead.
Tops moved Wade four legs clear once more, but Brisbane Darts Masters winner Heta showed his quality by finishing and to kick-start his response, before landing a ten-darter and a finish as he pulled back to all.