|| 17. September 1987
||23g Unicorn Kyle Anderson
||Solid Rock (Street Warriors)
Australian Aborigine Kyle Anderson started to play darts when he was six years old. With nine years he
for the first time took part in a tournament. He comes from a family of dart players - his father Norm
and his brother Beau play darts as well.
2007 Anderson reached the last 32 of the WDF World Cup and in 2010 he qualified for the Winmau World
Masters. In the same year he won the Japan Open. In 2011 he stood in the semi-finals of the Oceanic
Masters. 2012 he played four DPA tournaments and each time he at least reached the semi-finals. Later
in the year he won the Oceanic Masters and by this qualified for the Preliminary Round of the PDC World
Since 2013 Kyle Anderson took part every time in the PDC World Championship - with the exception of 2017 when he didn't get his visum in time. 2014 he threw in his match against Ian White a nien-darter.
But he survived his first match till now only once - in 2019 he reached the third round. 2017 was his most successful year so far - he won a Players Championships and the Auckland Darts Masters, a tournament of the PDC World Series of Darts.
Anderson took part in Qualifying School 2014 and secured himself a Tour Card on the first day. Till than he is a Tour Card Holder.