Kyle Anderson, a popular Australian figure on the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC), has died at the age of 33. Kyle Anderson’s representative, The Sportsman Management Company, confirmed his death on their official Facebook page. It was highlighted that “Kyle was one of the nicest people you could ever have met. One of the biggest hearts you will ever find with so much love in it,” No cause of death has been confirmed yet.
Kyle Anderson, AKA “The Original’’
Kyle is one of only eight players to hit a nine-dart finish at the PDC World Championship. Kyle, AKA “The Original’’, Who participated for seven World Championships from his debut in the 2012/13 event. After he won the Players Championship and the Auckland Darts Masters on the World Series of Darts circuit in 2017, he became famous around the world.
For the famous PDC World Cup of Darts, he represented his motherland Australia in four times by playing alongside Simon Whitlock and reaching the 2018 semi-finals. Due to some personal reason, he gave up PDC Tour card for year 2021 and made a decision to stay in Australia.
He tweeted that, he tested positive for COVID-19 shortly after returning home from the UK in March 2020 and spent one month in self isolation also.
Anderson posted an image to Instagram on August 10 in a hospital with gown and mask, with the caption: “Getting all too regular now’. Kyle Anderson was a father and husband, according to his Twitter.