Kyle Anderson

Kyle Anderson is an Australian darts player who plays for the Professional Darts Corporation, and is the brother of fellow darts player Beau Anderson.
Born: September 14, 1987 (age 28), Subiaco, Australia
Home town: Nottingham
Playing darts since: 1993
Siblings: Beau Anderson

He started playing darts at the age of six and has been competing in tournaments since he was nine. He first became interested in the game watching his father play. Anderson is of indigenous origin.

Anderson qualified for the 2013 PDC World Darts Championship by winning the Oceanic Masters.He lost to Steve Beaton 3–0 in the first round as he missed two opportunities to take each of the opening two sets.[Anderson dominated in the DPA's 2013 Australian Grand Prix season by winning seven events to top the Order of Merit. This secured him a place in the Sydney Darts Masters and the 2014 World Championship.[6][7] He drew 16-time world champion Phil Taylor in Sydney and was defeated 6–1.At 2–1 down to Ian White in the first round of the World Championship, Anderson became the seventh player to throw a nine-dart finish in the history of the event. It was the second nine darter in less than an hour after Terry Jenkins had also hit one which meant Anderson had to share the £30,000 prize money. However, it was the last leg that he won during the match as he was defeated 3–1. Anderson stated after the match that he hoped his performance would help raise the profile of darts in Australia.