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Darts-Profis wie Phil Taylor, Michael van Gerwen, Gary Anderson, Raymond van Barneveld, Adrian Lewis und viele mehr sind bereits zu echten Superstars. Taylor hielt inne, sah mich an und wandte dann den Blick Richtung fragte Phil. »Niemand bezweifelt den Wahrheitsgehalt Ihrer Aussage«, erklärte ich. Rekordweltmeister Phil Taylor (57) wurde vom Klorollen-Halter-Hersteller durch Darts zum Multi-Millionär. Weltmeister Michael van Gerwen.
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Grip 4. The final saw Taylor recover from 0—2 down to win the title 6—3, and the final saw Taylor lose just two legs in the entire match en route to a 6—0 win and an average of Taylor's victory and sixth title in meant that he had surpassed his mentor Eric Bristow 's haul of five World Championships.
Taylor's record at Blackpool in the WDC's second major event, the World Matchplay , was not as strong early in his career as it has been in recent times.
However, he still won the event twice in the first five years of its existence, beating Priestley 16—11 in and Alan Warriner-Little 16—11 in Taylor stretched his PDC World Championship unbeaten run to a record eight consecutive years beating Peter Manley in the and finals, Priestley for a fourth time in , and John Part in Part would finally end the run  by beating Taylor 7—6 sets in the World Championship final.
Taylor fought back before ultimately being defeated 7—6. Taylor would improve his record at Blackpool during this spell.
After losing the semi-final of the World Matchplay to Manley, he would go on to win the title for the next five years — beating five different opponents in the final: Alan Warriner-Little , Richie Burnett , John Part , Wayne Mardle and Mark Dudbridge Taylor was leading 5—2 in sets when Fordham, suffering a suspected asthma attack, abandoned the match.
Taylor reclaimed the World Championship in after edging Kevin Painter in the final 7—6 following a sudden death leg.
After the match, having trailed 4—1 and 5—3, Taylor described himself as "a very lucky man" claiming that "Kevin out-played me". Taylor would continue his dominance throughout However, after winning his 13th World Championship title in January ,  he lost four matches in televised tournaments during the first half of the year.
The match was tied at 6—6 in sets with van Barneveld leading 2—1 in legs. However, Van Barneveld missed four darts and Taylor tied the set at 2—2.
Chris Mason hit the headlines for criticising Phil Taylor in the newspapers before their last 16 match at the World Championship and allegedly swearing at him during the post-match handshake on-stage after Taylor beat him 4—0.
Having appeared in 14 out of 14 PDC World Darts Championship finals between and , Taylor's record run came to an end in where he was beaten in the quarter-final.
Before the start of the Premier League tournament,  Taylor unveiled some new black 26g darts. He beat Adrian Lewis 11—1 with a As Taylor went to Las Vegas for the Las Vegas Desert Classic in July, he was in the unusual position for him of not holding any major televised ranking events.
He quickly addressed this by winning his fourth Las Vegas Desert Classic title. In the world final , Taylor beat Raymond van Barneveld 7—1 for his fourteenth World Championship title.
His His tournament average was More success followed throughout with Taylor winning his fifth Las Vegas Desert Classic at what was the final instalment of the event.
Taylor began by winning his fifteenth World Championship title. He beat Simon Whitlock in the final 7—3 with an average of Whilst attempting to defend the title he won in at the inaugural staging of the event, Taylor lost to eventual champion Paul Nicholson.
Taylor admitted, following his defeat, that he had had little time to practice after his World Championship win. This was the first time that this had been done in professional darts.
In fact, the only major televised title not held by Taylor at this time was the Players Championship Finals. At the UK Open , Taylor broke the world record for the highest average in a televised game by averaging He was voted runner-up to A.
Taylor went on to win the World Matchplay for a record 12th time in 18 years in He beat Mark Hylton 10—8 in the 1st round, Wayne Jones 13—7 in the 2nd round, Wes Newton 16—5 in the quarter-final, Andy Hamilton 17—9 in the semi-final and James Wade 18—8 in the final.
His overall tournament average was more than One week later,Taylor went to Düsseldorf to compete in the European Championship.
He had a tournament average of In Group Two, Taylor won six out of his seven games. In the Winner's Group, Taylor won all seven of his qualifying games.
He beat Steve Beaton 6—1 in the semi-final and Paul Nicholson 6—1 in the final to win his second Championship League title.
However, he was unable to defend his Players Championship title following an 8—5 loss in the last 16 to Mervyn King.
In , Taylor failed to make the quarter-finals of the PDC World Championship for the first time in his career following a shock four sets to one defeat in the second round by Dave Chisnall.
Taylor, looking to improve upon England's second round exit in , represented England alongside Adrian Lewis in his second World Cup of Darts.
Despite this, England progressed following a sudden-death leg against Canada and a doubles victory against the United States.
A comfortable 5—1 win over Wales booked England's place in the final against the Australian pairing of Simon Whitlock and Paul Nicholson.
Taylor won both his singles matches including a However, England lost the doubles meaning that the tie was level on points at 3—3 and consequently, would require a sudden-death leg.
It proved to be a tense finale as Australia missed four darts to win the title. Taylor also missed two before Lewis took out double five to clinch England's first World Cup of Darts title.
Four days later, Taylor played Lewis in the first week of the Premier League and managed to draw 7—7 despite being 6—1 down.
He averaged In the semi-finals, he faced James Wade against whom he had inflicted heavy 8—1 and 8—2 defeats during the league stage.
Taylor trailed early on before winning four consecutive legs to lead 6—4 before Wade responded to level at 6—6. Taylor then took out a finish, with Wade on 57, to break before closing out the match 8—6 to reach the final against Simon Whitlock.
Taylor looked to be heading for a comfortable win in the final as he raced into a 7—2 lead. However, the Australian stormed back to level at 7—7.
Nevertheless, Taylor held his nerve to win the last three legs of the match to complete a 10—7 win and to seal his sixth Premier League title.
Taylor won the third event of the Players Championship in March with a 6—1 victory over Wes Newton while averaging He also hit a nine-darter earlier in the tournament during his second round match against Tony West.
Taylor hit his second nine-dart finish of the weekend in a first round match against Peter Hudson. Taylor had missed a total of 23 darts at doubles and, in doing so, suffered his sixth defeat in a major PDC final out of the 72 he had contested.
He had beaten Raymond van Barneveld 6—5 in the quarter-finals and Wes Newton 6—3 in the semis at the event in Berlin. Taylor then won his fifth consecutive World Matchplay title and thirteenth in total.
In September, Taylor suffered defeat in the European Championship for the first time in a 10—6 quarter-final loss to Brendan Dolan.
He averaged just Taylor qualified from Group 4 of the Championship League winning all nine of his games and concluding with a 6—1 win over Mark Walsh.
It was a match that was billed as a clash between the two best players in the world. Taylor lost in consecutive Players Championship finals over the last weekend of November to both Chisnall and Van Gerwen despite averaging in the latter.
However, Taylor allowed Hamilton only one chance to win the match when on a 60 finish. Hamilton missed the board with his first dart and failed to hit double 20 with his third as Taylor won the five consecutive legs he required to win 10—9.
Taylor won his 16th World Championship at the staging of the event. He lost only nine legs on the way to the semi-finals where he played Raymond van Barneveld.
The pair were escorted from the stage separately by security staff. They survived two match darts against South Africa in the last 16 and one against Wales in the semi-finals before facing the Belgian brothers Ronny and Kim Huybrechts in the final.
He did just that by virtue of a 4—1 win. Taylor did not finish top of the Premier League for the first time this year. Taylor started the better of the two as he led 5—3 at the break.
However, he then lost four successive legs upon the resumption of play. In the 14th leg, Van Gerwen opted not to go for the bull when on 87 and Taylor stepped in to hit a finish to level the match at 7—7.
At 9—8 down, Taylor had left 40 after 12 darts. Nonetheless, Van Gerwen hit a finish on the bull to seal a 10—8 win and the title.
Taylor won his fifth UK Open title at his next event. He had to compete in the second round due to being ranked 44th on the UK Open Order of Merit after only competing in four of the eight Qualifiers and not advancing beyond the quarter-finals in any of them.
Dolan missed three match darts to win 9—7 before Taylor threw an 11 dart leg in the decider. Taylor's combined average during the six matches he played was more than Taylor then won the Gibraltar Darts Trophy.
He dropped just seven legs in the six matches he played which concluded with a 6—1 victory over Jamie Lewis in the final.
Neither referee Russ Bray nor his opponent Dean Winstanley noticed the error and Taylor went on to win the match 6—1. Taylor insisted that he had not realised that the dart had missed and offered to replay the match and forfeit his prize money.
You don't want cheats in the game". Taylor responded by claiming that Bristow's comments were "hurtful" and that he would not be talking to Bristow again.
His tournament average through legs was He thrashed Dave Chisnall 6—0 in sets in the final with Chisnall having to wait until the final set to pick up his first leg of the match.
After claiming Group 1 by beating Lewis 6—1, having also hit a nine-darter earlier in the day, Taylor topped the Winners Group and went on to defeat Van Gerwen 6—3 in the final.
Taylor was involved in a high quality darts match in the semi-finals of the Grand Slam of Darts against Lewis as he averaged The players hit 32 s between them breaking the PDC record of 31 which was set in the World Championship final, a match which had 32 more legs than this one.
Both players described the game as the greatest they had been involved in afterwards. Taylor eased through to the final of the Players Championship Finals but fell victim to one of Van Gerwen's purple patches as, from 6—3 down, the Dutchman won seven legs in a row and went on to defeat Taylor 11—7.
However, Taylor suffered his first whitewash in the tournament's history as Van Gerwen thrashed him 7—0 in 13 minutes.
It was his second perfect leg of the day after he had also hit one in the last 16 against Andy Hamilton. Taylor lost 6—5 against Gary Anderson in the final of the third Players Championship.
Earlier in the tournament, he had beaten Van Gerwen 6—5, who averaged and hit a nine-darter. He had also seen off Terry Jenkins 6—4 despite him averaging Taylor played seven matches on the day and ended up with an overall average of His form in the Premier League picked up remarkably as he remained unbeaten in his final 11 matches which included a 7—4 victory over Van Gerwen.
Taylor finished third in the table for the second year in a row to qualify for the play-offs.
This was the first time that the Dutchman had beaten him in the tournament in 21 attempts. Taylor and Lewis could not complete a hat-trick of World Cup of Darts titles as they were defeated by the Netherlands in the final.
Taylor lost 4—0 to Van Gerwen, while Lewis was beaten 4—0 by Van Barneveld and 4—2 by Van Gerwen, which meant that the tie was over before Taylor's second singles match.
Taylor threw his 10th televised nine-dart finish in the second round of the World Matchplay during a 13—6 win over Michael Smith.
Taylor won the inaugural Perth Darts Masters after beating Van Gerwen in the final 11—9 whilst averaging This was the first time that Wade had beaten Taylor in a major televised knockout tournament.
Despite taking an initial 5—0 lead, the final was by far his closest match of the event as Chisnall fought back to 10—10, before Taylor rediscovered his best form to win another five unanswered legs and seal his sixth Grand Slam title 16— Taylor reached the semi-finals of the World Championship without facing a top 16 player.
His closest game came in the third round where he edged past Kim Huybrechts 4—3. Instead he fell 6—4 behind, but again rallied to draw level missing one dart at double 12 for a nine darter in the process.
However, more failed attempts at doubles proved costly as he could not take out double 16 with three darts to hold throw in the deciding set and was defeated 7—6.
The 32 s the pair threw during the game broke the PDC World Championship final record of 31 which was set in Taylor's match against Van Barneveld in the final.
It is the eighth highest televised average of all-time and the highest to lose a match. Taylor had kicked off the final by beating Wright 4—0 whilst setting the highest individual average in the history of the event at Taylor's match unbeaten streak at the World Matchplay dating back to ended this year at the semi-final stage as Wade defeated him 17— He also missed a dart at the bullseye for a nine-dart finish during the match.
Taylor held 3—0 and 7—3 leads over Van Gerwen in the final of the Grand Slam , but then missed far too many doubles and went on to lose 16— The defeat meant that Taylor held no majors for the first time since In the third round of the World Championship , Jelle Klaasen missed one dart to knock Taylor out and the match went to a deciding set.
Taylor went 2—0 up in legs and a missed a match dart himself in the next, before Klaasen fought back to win the final set 4—2. An hour later Taylor averaged Taylor and Lewis won their fourth World Cup crown by overcoming the Netherlands in the final, with Lewis beating Van Gerwen in the deciding match.
It did not seem to affect Van Gerwen though, as he won 18— It was the first time since that Taylor had played in an event shown by the station and he dominated it by winning 52 legs over the weekend whilst only losing 19, culminating with an 11—5 victory over Van Gerwen in the final.
He also lost 16—10 to Peter Wright in the quarter-finals of the Grand Slam. Taylor matched John Lowe 's record by making 28 consecutive appearances at the World Championship in the edition.
He didn't drop a set in matches against David Platt and Kevin Painter and had a three sets to nil lead against Kim Huybrechts in their third round match.
Huybrechts took two consecutive sets, but missed darts to force a decider and Taylor hit double seven to set up a quarter-final match against Raymond van Barneveld.
Taylor was sixth in the world rankings after the World Championship. On 27 January , in an interview conducted before the start of the Masters , Taylor officially confirmed that he would retire after the World Darts Championship.
He reached the semi-finals of the Masters, losing 11—9 to Gary Anderson. Taylor gained the lead for the first time at 7—6, but missed a host of doubles including one to win the match and was beaten 10—9.
Taylor did make a final appearance at the World Matchplay , which he had previously said was his favourite tournament.
He won the tournament for a sixteenth time, progressing to the final with victories over career-rivals van Barneveld 11—3 , van Gerwen 16—6 , Lewis 17—9 , before beating Peter Wright 18—8 in the final, in what would be his last major win.
He had previously announced that he would retire after the tournament. However, he was beaten 7—2 in the final by Rob Cross , who was making his first appearance in the tournament.
Taylor said afterwards: "I tried my best but he was like me 25 years ago, he was relentless and didn't stop putting me under pressure.
That's it for me because I haven't got the energy or interest to beat Michael van Gerwen or him [Cross]. Dennis Priestley and Phil Taylor played each other in five World Finals, with Priestley winning in and Taylor emerging victorious in , , and Following the split in darts , the players had already gone through large expenses to fight court cases that would last until when they were finally able to overturn a ban by the British Darts Organisation.
Their arrangement lasted between and and made sound financial sense given that one or the other generally delivered success in the immediate years after the split.
The agreement eventually ended when the prize money grew to a level where the players could individually sustain a better living and this ironically coincided with Priestley's sharp dip in form.
Taylor and Priestley first met in major competition in the World Masters. Taylor won that semi-final encounter en route to the title.
Priestley then assumed the upper hand in their rivalry, however, with victories over Taylor in the quarter finals of the World Championship, and in the British Matchplay final later that year.
However, since Taylor's win over Priestley in the World Matchplay final, Taylor has only lost once in all competitions and hasn't been beaten on television by Priestley since He later said it was tough to beat such a great friend that way.
A turning point came in the World Championship , where Part and Taylor met in the final. Part took a 4—1 lead but Taylor hit back to take the lead, 5—4.
At 6—6 Part held his nerve and beat Taylor 7—6  to end Taylor's eight tournament unbeaten run in the championship.
Part won the PDC World Championship and became the second player after Taylor to have won the tournament more than once.
Darts was denied a great rivalry as the two best players were unable to compete against each other regularly due to the split in the game.
Van Barneveld switched to the PDC in Their first clash came in the Premier League Darts tournament and ended in a 7—7 draw.
The return match went in Taylor's favour. The match has been described as the greatest game in the history of darts.
In major PDC tournaments in , Taylor defeated van Barneveld twice in the Premier League ,  lost by 10 legs to nine in the quarter-finals of the UK Open ,  but won the World Grand Prix against his rival by six sets to two.
After the game Barneveld acknowledged "I'm the number two at the moment, and players like James Wade, Simon Whitlock and Gary Anderson are all trying but he's just too good for everyone".
In the Premier League Darts the pair met three times. Twice during the league states, with both matches ending in a draw.
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