Gary Anderson is not considering retirement, as he eyes a third World Championship crown in the coming years. After mixed form throughout 2019 and 2020, the Flying Scotsman enjoyed an impressive run to the final at Alexandra Palace last month.
“I will win another for sure! I have that hunger and desire back and despite everything, I still love playing this game. I’m old school and just want to play darts the way it should be played and I want to prove a point to all the doubters but more importantly to myself,” Anderson said.
“I really savour the combat on the big stages in the big tournaments,” he added. “In the last few months, I managed to get to the two biggest finals at the World Matchplay and World Championship without playing well. I truly believe if I can get to anywhere near my best, I will be a major threat.”
“There isn’t just one dominating. We all know how good Michael van Gerwen is but nobody is scared of him anymore. Price is a deserved World Champion.” Anderson continued. “Peter Wright will still be challenging. Jose de Sousa has already proved how good he is and I’m a big fan of Nathan Aspinall, while Joe Cullen and Devon Petersen are now in the mix.”