Raymond van Barneveld is a professional darts player from the Netherlands. He is one of the most successful darts players in history, nicknamed Barney but previously known as The Man. Van Barneveld is a five-time World Darts Champion (four-time BDO and one-time PDC), two-time UK Open Champion, and the previous winner of the Las Vegas Desert Classic, Grand Slam of Darts, and Premier League. He has also won the World Masters and the World Darts Trophy twice, as well as the International Darts League and the WDF World Cup Singles event three times.
Raymond Barneveld wins the match at the PDC championship
Raymond van Barneveld returned to Alexandra Palace with a 3-0 victory over Lourence Ilagan, setting up a fascinating second-round encounter with Rob Cross.
Van Barneveld, the 2007 PDC world champion, withdrew from darts after losing in the first round here against Darin Young in 2020, but quickly chose to return to the oche.
The Dutchman, who did not compete in 2021, won the opening set 3-1 and broke Ilagan early in the second game before taking out 121 to go up 2-0.
Ilagan snapped a six-leg losing streak by holding his toss to tie the third set at 1-1, but Van Barneveld broke at the next opportunity to win with a 96.70 average.
Raymond van Barneveld Age, Date of Birth, Birthday, Family, what about his father, mother, where is he from? Early life
Raymond Van Barneveld hails from Netherland. He was born in born 20 April 1967.
Details about his parents have not been published in the media yet.
Raymond van Barneveld Wife and What about his relationship?
Van Barneveld lives in The Hague with his girlfriend Julia.
He has three children: a son, Mike (born 1989), and daughters Daisy (born 1992) and Patty (born 1994).
Raymond van Barneveld Net Worth, How much does he earn?
He is a wealthy darts player who is also one of the most popular darts players.
Raymond van Barneveld’s net worth is estimated to be at $1.5 million, based on our research.
Which school and college did he go to? What was his major?
There is no exact information regarding his schooling.
He probably finished his education in his hometown.
Raymond van Barneveld Career, What is his profession?
Van Barneveld began competing in competitive events in the Netherlands when he was 17 years old, in 1984. That same year, he won his first competition, the Rotterdam Open. Van Barneveld was seen as a future prospect among his countrymen from that point on. In the years thereafter, he has competed on the international darts circuit, reaching the semi-finals of 1987 Belgian Open and the finals of the 1988 Dutch Open.
Van Barneveld made his World Championship debut at the Lakeside Country Club during the 1991 Embassy World Championship. His World Championship debut, however, was cut short as he was defeated 3–0 by Australia’s Keith Sullivan.
Van Barneveld continued to make progress in the BDO Open events in 1994 after the split. Despite failing to qualify for the 1994 BDO World Championship, he reached the quarter-finals of both the Dutch Open and the Berlin Open.
He did not qualify for the World Championship in 1992, but returned to Lakeside in 1993, the last time a unified World Championship was held.
After losing in the second round of the 1996 and 1997 World Championships, Van Barneveld won his first world title in the 1998 World Championship in a World Final grudge match against Richie Burnett.
This made him only the second player in tournament history to successfully defend his championship, the other being Eric Bristow. Martin Adams and Glen Durrant would eventually accomplish the same feat. Van Barneveld, the then-reigning Lakeside World Champion, faced off against Phil Taylor, the then-reigning PDC World Champion, at the Wembley Conference Centre in November 1999.
On 2 January 2009, Van Barneveld threw another televised nine-dart finish in his quarter-final match against fellow Dutchman Klaasen in the 2009 PDC World Darts Championship.
Simon Whitlock defeated Van Barneveld 6–5 in the 2010 PDC World Darts Championship semi-finals.
In 2012, Van Barneveld suffered one of the biggest upsets in PDC World Championship history.
Darius Labanauskas knocked out Van Barneveld in the second round of the 2019 PDC World Darts Championship.
Van Barneveld announced his intention to compete in the PDC Q-School for 2021 on September 23, 2020, reconsidering his decision to retire.
Is Raymond van Barneveld available on any kind of social media platform?
Raymond van Barneveld is available on social media platforms. He is found on Twitter where he has 238k followers.
Raymond van Barneveld ’s Body Appearance Height, Weight
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