Frauen hatten bei der Darts-Weltmeisterschaft der PDC nur eine Nebenrolle. Bis Fallon Sherrock kam. Die Jährige hat die Darts-Welt. PDC-WM ein Stück Darts-Geschichte. Mit schlägt die Engländerin ihren Landsmann Ted Evetts in der ersten Runde und gewinnt damit als erste Frau. Die englische Darts-Spielerin Fallon Sherrock hat am Dienstagabend Geschichte geschrieben. Der Jährigen gelang der erste Sieg einer.
Fallon SherrockDie englische Darts-Spielerin Fallon Sherrock hat am Dienstagabend Geschichte geschrieben. Der Jährigen gelang der erste Sieg einer. Sie hat es geschafft! Als erste Frau überhaupt ist es Fallon Sherrock gelungen, bei einer Darts-WM einen Sieg einzufahren. Nach ihrem Erfolg. Frauen hatten bei der Darts-Weltmeisterschaft der PDC nur eine Nebenrolle. Bis Fallon Sherrock kam. Die Jährige hat die Darts-Welt.
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Seit Jahren Weltklasse. Mitten ins Schwarze! Überraschende Wende in der Testosteron-Welt. Gegner der Frauen haben die Hosen voll.
Lena: Die Männer nehmen Frauen beim Darts eigentlich gar nicht ernst. Sie denken, dass wir nicht so stark spielen wie sie.
Bei der WM hat man jetzt aber gesehen, dass es durchaus Spielerinnen gibt, die mithalten können. Ich persönlich finde es schöner, bei gemischten Wettbewerben anzutreten.
Wenn ich gewinne, gucken die Männer blöd. Das ist in der Szene eigentlich überall so. Es gibt aber ein paar Zusatzturniere, bei denen Männer und Frauen gemischt gegeneinander antreten.
Sollten da nicht alle gleich behandelt werden? Frauen könnten locker bei den Männern mitspielen.
Am Training kann es nicht liegen — 15 Minuten am Tag reichen theoretisch schon, man muss einfach diese Armbewegung verinnerlichen.
Aber aus irgendeinem Grund werden die Wettbewerbe nicht zusammengelegt. Ich kann es mir leider nicht erklären.
Lena: Naja, alle denken "das ist halt 'ne Frau". Uns nimmt man schon ernst, würde ich sagen. Wenn eine Mitspielerin ganz frisch dabei ist, dann ist das für sie schwerer.
Lena: Wenn ich im Spiel bin, dann blende ich alles andere aus. Ich schaue nicht mal auf den Score meiner Gegnerinnen oder Gegner.
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Download as PDF Printable version. Deutsch Magyar Nederlands Edit links. He is nicknamed Jackpot , as he won a jackpot gambling in Las Vegas in , but he was unable to collect the money as he was 20 years old, below the US legal gambling age of He made his television debut in , aged 19 at the UK Open.
Lewis was born in Stoke-on-Trent and had shown his potential at the age of 18 by winning the British Teenage Open. Lewis reached a semi-final of the regional qualifiers for the UK Open in , which provided his opportunity for a television debut at the UK Open in Bolton, where he narrowly lost 7—8 to Dennis Harbour in the last He failed to qualify for the World Championship , but back at Bolton for the UK Open he produced one of the rare whitewashes in the tournament's history, beating Colin Monk 11—0 before falling 11—8 to Chris Mason in the last In late , Lewis began to produce some promising results including his first major event quarter-final which came in the World Matchplay , where he lost to Colin Lloyd.
When 2—1 down Lewis successfully hit a blind , where he turned to face Manley as the last dart was in the air.
Manley won the set and then appeared to say something while Lewis was throwing, which caused him to leave the stage. Lewis did return, but went on to lose the match 5—3.
Lewis' performance in this tournament made others refer to him as a major threat in years to come. Between and , Lewis produced inconsistent form and was often unable to follow up on big wins such as at the World Matchplay in Blackpool where he beat the incumbent world champion Raymond van Barneveld 16—14 in the quarter-finals before losing heavily 17—7 in the semi-finals to James Wade.
Lewis finished seventh in the league, winning five of his fourteen matches. He reached the quarter-finals of the World Championship for the second time in , but was defeated 5—2 by Kevin Painter.
After winning the match 5—2, Lewis was taken to hospital for checks on two deep cuts. An 11—7 victory over Manley set up a final with Taylor.
Lewis lost 11—5 but his performance in the tournament guaranteed him a place in the Grand Slam of Darts.
Lewis was defeated in the second round of the World Championship , 3—4 by Paul Nicholson but did manage to end his title drought in September.
He dedicated victory to his one-month-old daughter. During he also made the last eight of the World Championship, Players Championships and UK Open before reaching his first televised final on Sky Television in the World Grand Prix where he beat Phil Taylor for the first time on television in the semi finals but lost to James Wade in the final.
There were further title successes in , when he won Players Championships in Crawley and Germany to bring his overall Pro Tour title tally to seven.
During the first set of the match, Lewis became the first player to throw a nine dart finish in a World Championship final.
He had also risen to his highest ranking of No. He got off to a winning start in the premier league of darts by beating the champion Phil Taylor 8—2, only to lose to Taylor 8—3 in their second meeting.
Week 4 saw him get his first heavy defeat of the campaign, losing 8—2 to Mark Webster. He went on to defeat Gary Anderson in Anderson's home country of Scotland after both players were distracted by the crowd.
Lewis was being booed and coins were thrown at him but he went on to win the match 8—3 and both players stated their disappointment with the crowd. 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.
He said after the match that he had "lost his way" during Jenkins' fightback, but was delighted to be in the semi-finals. 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 am GMT.
However, Lewis managed to never trail against Hamilton and was a double 12 away from hitting a nine-darter in the final for the second successive year.
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.
Van Gerwen stepped in to win three successive legs and end Lewis' hopes of a hat-trick of consecutive world titles. 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.
Lewis won his third major title at the European Championship , his first that wasn't a World Championship.
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 The match broke the PDC record for 's with 32, beating the old record set in the World Championship final where 31 were made in 32 more legs than this match.
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.