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However, Webster lost two sets in a row to be beaten 4—3. Webster saw off John Henderson 3—1 in the opening round of the World Championship , but Michael van Gerwen averaged Webster stated that the result would give him a confidence boost for the remainder of the year.
Webster stormed in to a 6—0 lead over Van Gerwen, but missed a dart to be 7—2 ahead as Van Gerwen closed to 6—6. Webster did take a one leg lead on two further occasions, but would ultimately be defeated 11—8.
Webster survived seven match darts from Stephen Bunting in the first round of the World Championship to progress with a 3—2 win. Webster had finishes of , and during the match.
He pulled a set back, but would be ousted 4—1. Webster hit his first career 9 dart finish on 11 February in the 5th UK Open qualifier during a win over Benito van de Pas.
In July, he won his first players Championship title, defeating Daryl Gurney 6—1 in the final in Barnsley. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Retrieved 20 December Retrieved 7 December Archived from the original on 29 December Retrieved 28 December Archived from the original on 8 December Retrieved 5 December Archived from the original on 22 December The following day however, Webster got through to the second round of the Sunday event in Gladbeck, earning his first prize money as a PDC player.
By 18 October he had played in 31 Pro Tour events. He began poorly with repeated early exits in Floor events but found form by a few quarter final appearances and by reaching consecutive semi-finals in a Players Championship and UK Open Qualifier 8 in Wigan during May.
This cemented his qualification for the UK Open Darts. However he was knocked out in his first match against Tony Eccles.
His next major event was the Championship League Darts which he qualified for due to his order of merit ranking of 29 which put him into the last group — 8.
This was followed soon later with a Semi-final and final appearance in a weekend in Barnsley further pushing him up the order of merit.
Despite losing 5—2 to Wayne Jones in his first game a 5—3 win over Mark Hylton left him with a chance to qualify however even though he beat Gary Anderson 5—3 it was not enough as he missed multiple doubles to win the match with the required scoreline of 5—1 to qualify.
After beating New Zealand in their first game 6—4 Webster and Bates became the surprise package of the tournament topping their group in the next stage which included wins over the Scottish pairing of Gary Anderson and Robert Thornton and the Spanish team of Carlos Rodriguez and Antonio Alcinas who had knocked out the England team consisting of world number one and two Phil Taylor and James Wade.
A 6—5 win for Webster over Nicholson in the opening match proved crucial as it kept them in the match after the other 3 matches were won by Australia taking the match the doubles match.
They won this 6—4 which meant that the match would go to a sudden death leg to decide who went to the final. However they lost the doubles 8—5 to finish runners up in the tournament.
In the quarter-final he knocked out time and defending world champion Phil Taylor  by 5 sets to 2 to reach his second successive World Championship semi-final.
He lost 6—4 to Adrian Lewis in the semi-finals, continuing the trend of players beating Taylor but going on to lose their next match when the event is televised.
Webster played in the Premier League. His early form was strong, pushing Taylor hard with a out-shot and avenging his loss to Adrian Lewis with an average of However, he then had a great loss in form, receiving 8—1 defeats at the hands of James Wade and Phil Taylor among other heavy losses, leaving him bottom of the table with two wins and a draw from his fourteen matches.
At the UK Open, Webster reached the semi-finals and led James Wade 9—7 in their best-of match, but lost 10—9 despite throwing for the match on two occasions.
Webster reached his second quarter-final at the Grand Slam of Darts, once again beating John Part en route to a defeat by Lewis. Webster finally reached his first PDC major final at the Players Championship Finals, beating number one seed Justin Pipe after seeing six match darts missed against him, followed by wins over Dave Chisnall and Wes Newton, before being defeated by Kevin Painter.
His good form from the previous week did not help him, however, at the World Championship where he was upset by fellow countryman, Richie Burnett , 2—3.
Webster had a dart at double top in the deciding set to win the match, but missed and was the highest seed to exit in the first round of the event.
Webster lost to Taylor 1—4, but Burnett defeated Lewis meaning a doubles match was needed to settle the tie.
Burnett missed one dart at double ten to complete a finish for the match and Wales would lose 3—4. Webster had already scored enough to not require throwing his final three darts to eliminate Newton and was then defeated 10—6 by reigning BDO world champion Scott Waites.
Webster saw off Ron Meulenkamp 3—1 in the first round of the World Championship and then missed one dart to level at 1—1 in the next round against Phil Taylor , going on to be whitewashed 4—0.
Webster took advantage of Stephen Bunting missing too many doubles in their first round match at the World Grand Prix to defeat him 2—1 in sets and then produced a very good performance in seeing off world number five Adrian Lewis 3—0 with an average of 92 in the double-start event.
A pair of 4—2 wins over the Belgian team of Kim and Ronny Huybrechts saw them play in the final, where their only point came courtesy of a Webster win over Raymond van Barneveld as they went down 3—1 to the Dutch.
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