||19. March 1994
||Target Jimmy Hendriks "Atias" 22 g
||Don't Stop (Wiggle Wiggle) (The Outhere Brothers)
Jimmy Hendriks began his career as a successful youth player and won in 2011 both the WDF World Youth Cup
and the World Youth Masters. One year later he won the Lithunia Open and stood in several quarterfinals.
He qualified for the BDO World Championship 2013 and caused an upset when he defeated Martin Adams First
For some years you didn't hear much from him but in 2015 he was back playing on the PDC Development Tour
and in WDF/BDO tournaments. 2016 he won the Antwerp open and stood in two semi-finals and a quarterfinal
of the Development Tour. He qualified for the BDO World Championship 2017 and lost to against Canadian
David Cameron in the Preliminary Round.
Hendriks took part in Qualifying School in 2017 and got a Tour Card by the Order of Merit. He qualified for a few European Tournaments
Events and reached a few times the Last 16 of the Last 8 on the Pro Tour but it was not enough to keep the Tour Card. So
Hendriks played the following two years on the Challenge Tour before he ragained his Tour Card in Qualifying School 2022 by the ranking.