Übersicht Kim Huybrechts - John Henderson (Darts World Matchplay , 1. Runde). John Henderson (* 4. Mai in Huntly (Schottland)) ist ein professioneller schottischer Dartspieler. Er spielt bei Turnieren der Professional Darts Corporation. RedDragon John Henderson Tungsten Steeldarts mit 90% Tungsten Barrels, 2 Satz Hardcore Flights, 2 Satz Shafts und einem Tri-Fold Pro wallet zur.
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Henderson failed to qualify for the tournament, but did qualify for the Grand Slam of Darts where he finished third in his group. After being defeated by Mervyn King he was accused of standing in front of the oche, however after watching the match again, King admitted that he had over-reacted and apologised to Henderson in a pre-match interview.
On joining the PDC he said "It means everything to me the first two days were hard and I felt a lot of pressure today but to qualify, so I'm delighted I did it.
Henderson qualified for the World Matchplay where he beat Colin Lloyd 10—7 in the first round, before losing to Andy Hamilton 13—11 in the second round.
He only managed to win 2 legs during the match, with Part stating afterwards that "John struggled and wasn't himself".
Henderson qualified for the UK Open by finishing 50th on the Order of Merit to enter the event in the second round. He threw for the match in the third set but lost the leg and the set as Chisnall fought back to level the game.
Henderson survived four match darts from Chisnall in the final set as he pulled off a big shock win in a performance he rated as the best of his career.
The opening four sets in Henderson's first round World Championship match against Vincent van der Voort went with throw to send it into a deciding set.
Van der Voort hit a crucial finish with Henderson waiting on 80 for the match and from there the Dutchman won back-to-back 14 dart legs to knock him out.
Henderson played world number one Michael van Gerwen and he sent the match into a final leg decider, after being 3—0 down, which he lost without getting a dart for the title.
After taking the opening set in his first round match at the World Championship , Henderson went on to lose 3—1 against Darren Webster.
He won the opening two sets against Andrew Gilding in the first round of the World Championship , before it was levelled at 2—2.
Henderson missed one match dart in the deciding set and it would eventually go to a sudden-death leg. Gilding won the bull to throw first and took the leg to eliminate Henderson.
He left the post after his manager Richard refused to give him adequate time off to compete in tournaments and pursue his dream. He had expressed his desire to go full-time on the circuit, in which joining the PDC has potentially allowed him to do.
His official stage name is "The Highlander", but he is also often referred as "Big John". He is a fan of Glasgow Celtic.
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