Erfahre jetzt mehr über den PDC Profi Dartspieler Gerwyn Price und seine Geschichte: Steckbrief, Erfolge, Spitznamen und 9-Darter - jetzt weiterlesen! Gerwyn Price. The Iceman. PDC World Ranking 3; Televised titles 2; Non-Televised PDC Titles. Gerwyn Price ist ein ehemaliger walisischer Rugby-Profi und spielt seit einiger Zeit bei der PDC professionell Dart und gewann 20den Grand Slam.
Darts-Profi Gerwyn Price: „Ich kaufe jedes Jahr zwei Häuser, dann höre ich auf und wandere aus“Gerwyn Price (* 7. März in Markham, Caerphilly, Wales) ist ein ehemaliger walisischer Rugbyspieler und heutiger Dartspieler. Gerwyn Price wurde am März im walisischen Markham geboren. Vielen Darts-Fans ist er besser bekannt unter seinem Spitznamen „The. Seit er im November mit Publikumsliebling Gary Anderson auf der Bühne aneinandergeriet, gilt Gerwyn Price als der Bad Boy der.
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Post-victory, former rugby player Price said about Anderson: "He can't handle playing me. He just moans every time that I'm doing this, doing that. Concentrate on your own game.
He needs to wait for his turn, hold back. In the second round he led Gary Anderson 2—0 but went on to lose 6—3. There, he beat Bernd Roith 6—3 in the first round to face Steve Beaton in the second round.
Thanks to a great performance, which included the tournament's highest finish of , he saw off Beaton 6—3 and won against Vincent van der Voort in the following round.
He nearly qualified for the World Grand Prix , for which a place in the semi-finals was needed, but was beaten 6—3 in the quarter-finals by Andy Hamilton.
He then produced the performance of his career to date as he defeated two-time world champion Lewis 13—10, but could only average He would miss two match darts as Smith levelled and in the final leg Price was unable to score a point as he missed a total of 15 darts at doubles in the double-start event.
Andrew Gilding won each set in the first round of the World Championship by three legs to one in beating Price 3—0. Before the match Lewis stated that Price's win over him 12 months ago was lucky and that Price was a "big mouth who's never won anything and never will win anything".
After taking the opening set against Jonny Clayton in their first round match at the World Championship , Price lost three in a row to be beaten 3—1.
Ian White was on 20 to win 10—9, but hit a double 15 to burst his score and Price stepped in with a checkout to progress through to the semi-finals where he was locked at 9—9 with Alan Norris.
Norris missed three darts to take the 19th leg and Price finished with two double tops, before breaking throw in the next to win 11—9.
In his first major final he was 7—2 down to Peter Wright , before reducing his deficit to 8—6. However, Price then lost the last three legs to be beaten 11—6.
A pair of 4—2 wins over the Belgian team of Kim and Ronny Huybrechts saw them play in the final, where their only point came courtesy of a Webster win over Raymond van Barneveld as they went down 3—1 to the Dutch.
In the World Championship , Price won in the first round of the World Championship for the first time when he beat Ted Evetts 3—0.
In the second round Price beat Ian White 4—1. Van Gerwen won the first two sets but then Price won seven legs in a row to go two sets all and ahead in the fifth set.
Van Gerwen won the fifth and sixth set which meant Price lost the match 2—4. Following good performances over Price was selected as a wildcard for the Premier League Darts tournament.
Despite good draws against world number 2 Peter Wright and World Grand Prix winner Daryl Gurney , Price failed to register a victory and was eliminated on week nine's judgement night at the Echo Arena Liverpool.
Price started to show some consistency in the televised majors in , reaching the quarter finals of the Masters , UK Open , World Grand Prix and European Championship.
He also won a European Tour event in September, the International Darts Open in Germany, just 2 months after having an operation to repair a broken achilles heel.
In the World Championship , Price lost to Nathan Aspinall in the second round despite leading in sets. Gerwyn's second Premier League Darts campaign saw him just miss out on a play-off spot, as he finished 5th.
However, he lost the final to Rob Cross 11—6. In November , Price successfully defended his Grand Slam of Darts title beating Peter Wright 16—6 in the final after defeating Gary Anderson in the quarter-final and recording his first career win over Michael van Gerwen in the semi-final.
In einem hitzigen Finale schlug er überraschend Gary Anderson mit Bei der Weltmeisterschaft verlor er im Halbfinale nach einer guten Vorrunde gegen einen stark spielenden Peter Wright Price geriet in die Schlagzeilen, weil er während dem Match eine Box-Geste machte und sich nach der Partie auf den sozialen Medien über das Verhalten vom späteren schottischen Weltmeister Wright beschwerte.
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Price responded to Wright's comments by accusing the Scotsman of dirty tactics. He wrote on Twitter: 'Thanks everyone for the support over the last two weeks; it was a great tournament for me and I loved every minute.
It was the biggest game of my career and I was fully focused. Wright kept his nerve to win the match to book his spot in the World Championship final.
I never settled afterwards - I was rubbish from this point onwards which cost me a World Championship final spot. Wright will take on Van Gerwen in a repeat of the final on Wednesday evening at the Alexandra Palace.
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More top stories. At the World Championship Price won his first set at the Alexandra Palace despite surrendering his lead and eventually losing to Jonny Clayton.
After the opening nine legs of the final things were looking bleak for Price as he found himself five legs behind his opponent — you guessed it, Peter Wright.
He fought back to go within two at but Wright closed out to take the title Playing alongside Mark Webster at the World Cup, Price reached the final only to be well beaten by the formidable duo of Raymond van Barneveld and Michael van Gerwen.
The World Championship saw Price progress past the opening round for the first time and he went on to reach the third. Defending Champions Michael van Gerwen was standing in his way and sent the Welshman home.
Price took another big step up the darting ladder that year as he was chosen as a wildcard for the Premier League.
His performances were unfortunately lacklustre and while he clearly learned from the experience, no player would want to finish with no wins on the board.
He was eliminated on Judgement Night.