Gary Anderson insists he no longer practises because he’s a ‘pure’ player as organisers face anxious wait to see whether or not World Darts Championship quarter-finals can happen with out Covid disruptions
- Gary Anderson says he would not practises because he is a ‘pure’ player
- Anderson tackle Luke Humphries within the World Darts Championship
- Organisers are anxious to see if event can go forward with out disruptions
Gary Anderson took purpose at his critics as occasion organisers sweated on Saturday’s quarter-finals going forward with none Covid disruptions.
Michael van Gerwen, Dave Chisnall and Vincent van der Voort have pulled out as a consequence of optimistic assessments. Van Gerwen was livid over what he perceived to be slack protocols, calling Alexandra Palace a ‘Covid bomb’.
Tournament chiefs hit again, insisting they won’t change protocols and that the competitors will proceed as is till its conclusion on Monday, until the Government impose a lockdown.
Gary Anderson has revealed he no longer practises darts because he is a ‘pure’ player
Two-time champion Anderson, who faces Luke Humphries tonight, insists he no longer practises because he is a ‘natural’ player. ‘I just play darts,’ mentioned the Scot.
‘I don’t practise. People name me a liar. I’m telling you now: do one. If you need to see, come and dwell with me for six months.
‘Stick us in the Big Brother house for six months, not a dartboard in sight, bring us out and play and we will see how good the other lot are. Then you talk about a natural darts player.
Anderson, who faces Luke Humphries, says that he can go weeks without throwing a dart
Michael Van Gerwen was forced out of the World Darts Championship through Covid
‘I go weeks without throwing a dart. I’ve spent so a few years taking part in, when you don’t know the place that treble and double is, you then higher get one other pastime.’
In Saturday’s different matches, James Wade faces Mervyn King, Peter Wright is up towards Callan Rydz and Gerwyn Price performs Michael Smith.