World Darts Championship: According to Devon Petersen of the Love the Darts podcast, Fallon Sherrock is the “torchbearer” for women in darts and deserves to compete in the 2023 World Darts Championship.
Beau Graves and Lisa Ashton won the two qualifying spots from the Women’s Series, leaving Sherrock out of those spots. However, the PDC has now given Sherrock a spot after she won the inaugural Women’s World Matchplay in July.
Sherrock won the 2019 World Championship by defeating and Mensur Suljovic, and she also competed in the 2022 tournament, where she was defeated by Steve Beaton in the opening round.
The 28-year-old, who also made it to the Grand Slam of Darts quarterfinals in 2021, will now compete at Alexandra Palace next month.
When it comes to women’s darts, Fallon has carried the torch for the longest time, according to Petersen. She would be world No. 1 if there were an official women’s ranking because she won the Matchplay.
“People who claim it was gifted fail to realise that the world No. 1 would be chosen in any other sport.
She would be the top woman in the world if there were an official ranking, not in the Women’s Series (Sherrock is third on the Order of Merit).
Sherrock creates moments that people will remember
“She frequently receives criticism on social media, which is unjust to her because she is merely a player and not the one making the decisions.
“She simply shows up and provides people with priceless memories. Everyone focuses on Fallon from an ego perspective. Fallon is soft and as timid as a cat.”
Sherrock said the following after being given a spot in the World Championship: “It’s wonderful that I will soon be able to return to Ally Pally.
We players now have a platform to compete at the highest level thanks to the PDC’s amazing recent efforts for women’s darts.
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