A tribute to Kyle Anderson, a 33-year-old Australian who has passed away.
Phil Taylor and Barry Hearn were among the people who paid their respects to Kyle Anderson, who died
A seven-time World Championship competitor, he finished with a nine-dart throw in 2014.
Hearn, president of the Professional Darts Corporation, called him "a popular player on the tour" whose "skill and devotion made him an inspiration to other players around the world."
It was at the 2017 Auckland Darts Masters that Anderson won his largest tournament victory
It was 2012-13 that he made his World Championship debut, and he migrated to Nottingham, UK, after becoming a regular on the circuit. In 2017, he won
As a result of his return to Australia during the pandemic, he contracted Covid-19 Anderson was also afflicted with
Unfortunately, the cause of death has not yet been
When asked about Hearn's accomplishments, Hearn claimed they were "a suitable return for the sacrifices
World champion Taylor, who has won 16 championships, "Oh my god, what dreadful news to hear when you wake up in the morning A fond farewell to KyleDarts I'm sending my condolences to you"
As Michael van Gerwen tweeted, Anderson is "a credit to Australian darts and the rest of the globe."
Gerwyn Price, the current darts world champion, described Anderson as "the sweetest person in darts, always having time for everyone," and conveyed his love to Anderson'
As Mark Webster put it, the Welshman paid homage to "a terrific gentleman who made huge sacrifices to
Stephen Bunting, a former BDO world champion, also "Please accept my condolences The world of darts has changed since you left, brother. Each and every time I saw you, you made me smile Whenever you're around, there's never We'll all miss you, buddy."