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Two years after his world title success he underwent surgery to fix a back problem that threatened his darts career.
He returned to the game professionally but never reached the same heights he had achieved in the s. His world ranking stayed sufficiently high to earn automatic qualification for most major PDC tournaments, and he went on to reach the semi-finals of the PDC World Darts Championship in and Anderson was also the driving force behind the Bob Anderson Classic, a major darts tournament held every October.
The tournament started in and ran until However, in doing so, he was forced to resign from the PDC to take part in the league.
If you already have an account you can login with the button below. If you don't have an account yet you can register via the button below. Anderson withdrawing meant that Gerwyn Price received a bye through to the second round.
Anderson had not averaged over in his two previous wins in the final, but averaged The pair smashed the record for the most s in a match with 42 and Anderson's 71 for the entire tournament is also a record.
Anderson and Van Gerwen also met in the final of the Masters , with Anderson losing 11—7. Anderson ended the season with a loss to finalist Phil Taylor in the quarter-finals of the World Championship , failing to reach the finals for the first time in 4 years.
With Rob Cross breaking into the top 3 in Order of Merit with his World Championship victory over Taylor, Anderson would play the season ranked 4th in the world.
This would queue him up for a series of semi-finals matches against Michael van Gerwen, the first of which would be a 5—11 loss in the Masters.
Having not reached the final since his loss to Taylor, Anderson reached the final for a second time to defeat Corey Cadby 11—7. Just a week later, Anderson followed up with back to back victories in Players Championships 3 and 4.
In the Premier League , Anderson had an 8—5—3 W—L—D record to finish 3rd in the league table and reach the playoffs for the 5th year straight, but would fall to Michael Smith in the semi-final.
Nevertheless, Anderson would turn around two days later to win his third Players Championship title of the year.
Another two weeks later, Anderson would join Peter Wright for the fourth time to represent Scotland at the World Cup.
With the pair having only lost one set before the finals, they fell to the reigning champions, Michael van Gerwen and Raymond van Barneveld of The Netherlands with MVG's 4—0 defeat of the Flying Scotsman.
Anderson kicked off the second half of the year with an 8—4 victory over Rob Cross in the final of the US Darts Masters where he hit the tournament high checkout of in the final leg.
The following week, his World Series success would come to an end after a first round defeat in the Shanghai Darts Masters. The tournament saw Anderson hit 52 s, the most ever in a winning effort at the Matchplay, and second overall only to the 56 that Adrian Lewis hit in his campaign that ended in defeat by Phil Taylor.
The Scotsman secured an 11—4 victory over the Austrian to avenge his defeat in the Final where the Austrian won 11—9. Anderson was quick to follow up with another 11—4 victory in the final against his fellow countryman Peter Wright to become the third champion in as many stagings of the tournament.
A week later in the World Grand Prix , Anderson would again struggle when he fell to the reigning champion Daryl Gurney for the second time in two weeks, with a 3—0 defeat in the quarter-finals.
In November, Anderson went undefeated in the group stage of the Grand Slam and met MVG in the semi-final having only lost 12 legs combined in the prior rounds.
Anderson took the set 16—12 before meeting Gerwyn Price in the final. After at one point leading the match 11—8, Anderson was visibly distracted by Price, and only won 2 of the next 10 legs, to lose 13—16 in the controversial final.
This time around, Van Gerwen would get the advantage, winning 11—9 before losing to Daryl Gurney by the same margin in the final.
Anderson entered the World Championship as the 4 seed where he won his second round match 3—1. His third round match was off to a good start where he was leading 3—1, and lost the next two sets, then survived match darts by Jermaine Wattimena to take the game to a tie break and win the seventh set with a score of 5—3 legs.
In the fourth round, Anderson recovered from a 2—0 deficit to Chris Dobey to win the final set in another tiebreaker with a score of 4—2 legs.
In the quarter finals, Anderson appeared to have gotten his game back with a 5—2 victory over Dave Chisnall and a The world number one put up a Anderson had been struggling with back problems for a couple of years at this point, and took the decision to withdraw from the Masters at the start of February due to these issues.
Anderson's brother Stewart died from a heart attack in September , at the age of Anderson is a supporter of Scottish football side Hibernian.
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Call it gamesmanship. I call it cheating. I'll see him Gawlas through there when I go through. After some controversial comments on day one, the Scot suffered a hammering by Simon Whitlock on day two but returned on Wednesday to produce his best display of the tournament so far.
Anderson produced an average just under himself that included a scintillating finish to start the contest and then defy a surging Searle who stayed alive at with a classy dart leg.
But Anderson, runner-up in a controversial final to Gerwyn Price two years ago, had the final say with a check-out on the bullseye before limping to his post-match interview and admitting his knee injury is making life uncomfortable.
Also in Group B Whitlock fired in seven s and fought back from to win and leave teenager Adam Gawlas winless on his Grand Slam debut.
Victory secured top spot in the group for The Wizard who should avoid a second-round meeting with Michael van Gerwen - the world No 1 who he has beaten at the World Matchplay and the World Grand Prix in the last few months.
Rob Cross has struggled for consistency since lockdown, but he produced arguably his best performance of the last few months to average and end the hopes of world youth champion Luke Humphries with a win.
Wade will next face Jermaine Wattimena after he shocked an out of sorts Glen Durrant who is continuing to return action after a positive coronavirus test a couple of weeks ago.
Premier League champion Durrant tweeted about lacking form and confidence and it showed as Wattimena, who took the final place on offer after a consistent showing at the Winter Series, proved too strong with a victory.
It means Duzza will face Heta with both knowing a win might be crucial to keeping their hopes alive. A 94 average from Cross was enough for him to put a dismal Winter Series behind him and start in impressive fashion with a win over Justin Pipe.
Bar a run to the final at the European Championship, Voltage has been well below his best this year, but he was too strong for The Force.
In the other game in the group runner-up Chisnall came from down to defy a 97 average and beat Luke Humphries in a game that featured 28 missed darts at double, including two for the match in the final leg from Humphries.