Dez. Langsam wird es spannend im 'Ally Pally'. Die Darts-WM biegt auf die Zielgerade ein. Im Achtelfinale musste nun mit Adrian Lewis der nächste. Adrian Lewis (* Januar in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire) ist ein englischer Dartspieler. Adrian Lewis startete seine Profikarriere bei der Professional Darts Corporation im Jahr Er ist ein Schützling von Phil Taylor , der wie Lewis. 3. Febr. Adrian Lewis ist einer der weltbesten Dartsspieler. Nun brannten dem Engländer die Sicherung durch. Videobilder belegen, wie er seinen.
During his walk on he had beer thrown over him. Lewis was eliminated in the third round of the U. Open by Terry Jenkins, who took a 9—7 match.
He lost 17—10 in the semi-finals of the World Matchplay to James Wade. He hit another perfect 9 dart leg on 31 July at the European Darts Championships against Raymond van Barneveld during their semi- final match which he won 11— He played Phil Taylor in the final and lost 8— He lost 2 sets to 1 after leading 1—0 in sets and 2—0 in legs.
He reached the final of the first players championship in Derby and was defeated 6—2 by Jamie Caven. Lewis was now under the management of former World Champion Keith Deller and under his guidance he has appeared in several major finals, including his World Championship win.
He almost exited the tournament on multiple occasions, beginning with his first round match against Nigel Heydon.
He trailed 0—2 and was stung by a wasp during a break on his non-throwing hand, but nevertheless managed to claw his way back to 2—2.
Heydon led 2—1 in the deciding set, but never had a dart for the match as Lewis won four of the last five legs to avoid an early exit. His semi-final match with James Wade was hailed as one of the greatest comebacks of all time.
Lewis trailed both 2—0 and 5—1, only to win the next 5 sets, including 10 straight legs, to incredibly win 6—5 and finished with a checkout.
The match eventually finished at Lewis clinched victory with his third attempt at the match winning double and said afterwards he believed he could win 10 World Championship titles.
The pair needed a sudden-death leg to see off Canada in the second round, before defeating the United States and Wales to reach the final where they played the Australian team consisting of Simon Whitlock and Paul Nicholson.
The final finished with the scores at 3—3 meaning that a sudden-death leg was required to decide the title. Australia missed four darts to take the crown and England two, before Lewis took out double 5 to win his first World Cup, stating that the victory meant more to him than his second world title won a month earlier.
Lewis was an automatic entrant for the Premier League due to his Order of Merit ranking. Lewis led the match 6—1, before Taylor came back to draw 7—7.
He had to wait until the 7th game of the season for his first win which came with an 8—3 defeat of Kevin Painter. He dropped just three legs in his first three games before beating Tony West 6—3 in the quarter-finals and James Wade 6—1 in the semis to face occasional practice partner Ian White in the final.
Lewis won 6—3 to claim his first European Tour title. With Lewis leading 5—3, the pair were involved in a heated argument on stage as Burnett accused him of clicking his darts while he was throwing.
Lewis took out in the next leg to take the match, before returning to Stoke where Sarah gave birth to a boy in the early hours of the morning.
Lewis finally relinquished his World Championship crown in the edition of the event. Despite not being at his best he comfortably made it through to the quarter-finals as he stretched his unbeaten run in the tournament to 15 games.
There he faced Michael van Gerwen and what resulted was one of the greatest matches ever played in the tournament.
In the deciding set Lewis needed 60 to win but missed two darts at double top, later explaining that he had blocked the bed with his first dart.
They survived two match darts from South Africa in the last 16 and one from Wales in the semi-finals to play the Belgian brothers Ronny and Kim Huybrechts in the final.
However, he only had 15 minutes to prepare for the final against Taylor and, although he averaged , he was 5—0 down at the first break.
Lewis claimed his first leg of the final to trail 9—1 but the match was over in the next. What followed was the highest quality darts match ever played as Lewis averaged Lewis was untroubled in winning through to the semi-finals of the World Championship as none of his opponents could take more than a single set off him.
At the UK Open , he began his campaign with a 9—5 win over Ronnie Baxter in the third round, before recovering from 7—3 down to Ronny Huybrechts to progress 9—8.
However, Lewis then lost four games in a row and went on to finish sixth in the table, to miss out on the play-offs. Lewis was beaten 16—8 by Gary Anderson in the quarter-finals of the World Matchplay.
However, from holding a slender 4—3 lead, Lewis lost five successive legs and was defeated 11—6. Lewis threw a nine-dart finish to win the opening set of his third round tie against Raymond van Barneveld at the World Championship.
He went a set ahead three times but van Barneveld levelled on each occasion, with Lewis missing one match dart in the sixth set. Lewis lost his form in the deciding set to be defeated 4—3 failing to reach the quarter-final stage of the event for the first time since Lewis held on from 9—6 ahead of Taylor at the European Championship to edge through 10—9, but was then defeated 11—5 in the semi-finals by Gary Anderson.
A trio of matches without dropping a set saw Lewis cruise in to the quarter-finals of the World Championship and he then overcame Peter Wright 5—2 and was 5—0 up on Raymond van Barneveld in the semis.
He then overcame Gary Anderson 6—3 and was 5—3 ahead of Peter Wright in the final, but lost 6—5 without getting a dart for the match.
Lewis and Taylor won their fourth World Cup crown by overcoming the Netherlands in the final, with Lewis beating Van Gerwen 4—1 in the deciding match.
Lewis said he was happy to reach the last four of such an event whilst playing his D-game. There was never more than a set between Lewis and Raymond van Barneveld in the third round of the World Championship , with Lewis narrowly losing 4—3.
The defeat saw Lewis fall to 20 in the Order of Merit, missing both the Masters and the Premier League for the first time. Lewis has been involved in several controversial matches during his career, including his debut World Championship in During his quarter-final with Peter Manley he left the stage part-way through the match as he alleged Manley had been trying to upset him while he was throwing.
At the World Grand Prix Lewis was playing Gary Anderson in the second round and during the first set the two players exchanged words after Anderson felt Lewis went into the exclusion zone while Anderson was throwing.
Lewis won the match 3—2. Lewis accused Wade of putting off his throw, by "stamping" on the oche. Lewis had also been involved in an incident with Taylor, just 24 hours earlier, during their semi-final match, where Taylor accused Lewis of playing up to the crowd to put him off.
The minute break seemed to provoke the crowd into heckling Lewis for the remainder of the game, Lewis went on to win the match 6—5.
He supports his local football team Stoke City. It was released on 18 May, the night after the play-offs at the O2 in London, where it was premiered.
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