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Mark Webster was born on 12 August, 1983 in Saint Asaph, United Kingdom, is a Welsh darts player. Discover Mark Webster's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 37 years old?

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Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 12 August 1983
Birthday 12 August
Birthplace Saint Asaph, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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2020

He announced that he does not intend to participate in the 2020 Q School to regain his tour card. He has said he will the year out to get his game right in order to get back up to his former level.

2016

Webster did not drop a set in seeing off Mick McGowan and Terry Jenkins at the 2016 World Championship, but then lost 4–1 to Alan Norris in the third round. Two semi-finals and a quarter-final in the UK Open Qualifiers saw him finish fifth on the Order of Merit to enter the UK Open at the third round stage. He defeated Matthew Edgar 9–3, Dirk van Duijvenbode 9–4 and Mensur Suljović 9–5 to reach his third major quarter-final in six months and was comfortably beaten 10–3 by Phil Taylor. Webster and Gerwyn Price lost 4–2 in a doubles match in the second round of the World Cup. After his 10–6 defeat to Adrian Lewis in the opening round of the World Matchplay, Webster said that dartitis, which he has fought over the past few years, was evident in the latter half of the game and that he was trying to beat the player and himself during matches. He reached one Pro Tour quarter-final during the rest of the year as well as losing in the first round of the Players Championship Finals.

2014

In his PDC debut he did not manage to earn any prize money—losing 6–1 to Ronnie Baxter in the opening round. 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.

Webster saw a welcome return to form at the 2014 World Championship by winning each of his first three games in deciding sets over Mensur Suljović (3–2), John Henderson (4–3 having survived three match darts) and Raymond van Barneveld 4–3 (winning the final six legs of the match without reply). He stated after the van Barneveld match that coming into the event his career was on the line as he was close to dropping out of the top 32, but by earning £25,000 for reaching the last eight his place was secured. Webster lost the first three sets of his quarter-final against Michael van Gerwen inside 20 minutes and was also 4–1 down. He then raised his game as the Dutchman's dropped off to win two sets in a row, but lost the next to see his run in the event end with a 5–3 defeat. Van Gerwen was also the victor when the two met in the fifth round of the UK Open, triumphing 9–4. He did not qualify for another major during the rest of the year. Webster and Burnett advanced to the quarter-finals of the World Cup of Darts, where their match against the Australian pairing of Simon Whitlock and Paul Nicholson went into a deciding doubles match which Wales lost 4–0. In November, Webster lost to Jay Foreman 4–2 in the Grand Slam of Darts Wild Card Qualifier which meant that he failed to play in the event for the first time.

2013

Webster beat Ian White in the first round of the 2013 World Championship, but then lost to Colin Lloyd 2–4. He played in his third World Cup of Darts and second with Richie Burnett and they reached the semi-finals where they faced the number one seeds of Phil Taylor and Adrian Lewis. 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 140 finish for the match and Wales would lose 3–4. Webster played Burnett in the third round of the UK Open and was defeated 2–9, and he lost 4–10 to Justin Pipe in the first round of the World Matchplay. Webster beat Wes Newton 5–2 in his opening group game of the Grand Slam of Darts but then lost 5–1 against Simon Whitlock to need a win over Ross Smith to stand a chance of qualifying for the last 16 and he did so 5–3. However, he was tied on points and leg difference with Newton so a nine-dart shootout was required. 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 2015 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. He just hung on to his top 32 ranking after the event as he was the world number 32. At the first UK Open Qualifier of the year, Webster reached his first semi-final in an individual event for three years where he was edged out 6–5 by Michael van Gerwen. The result helped him enter the UK Open at the third round stage but he was beaten 9–5 by William O'Connor. Webster played with Jamie Lewis at the World Cup for the first time and they suffered a surprise 5–3 loss to Hong Kong in the opening round.

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. In Webster's first major quarter-final in 18 months he continued his run by edging past Jelle Klaasen 3–2 in a deciding leg. He attributed his form in the event to the birth of his daughter Ella which Webster said had given him a new lease of life. Webster's first major semi-final in almost four years ended with a 4–1 loss to reigning champion Michael van Gerwen. 5–3 wins over Keegan Brown and Michel van der Horst helped Webster qualify from his group at the Grand Slam and he then took out 10 of his 14 attempts at a double to eliminate Gary Anderson 10–6. However, the opposite happened in the quarter-finals against Raymond van Barneveld as Webster could only hit 34% of his doubles to be beaten 16–12.

Webster saw off Joe Murnan 3–0 in the first round of the 2017 World Championship and then held on when Mensur Suljović rallied from 3–1 down, by taking all three legs in the deciding set to win 4–3 and reach the third round for the second successive year. The opposite then happened as it was Webster who levelled at 3–3 having been 3–1 down, but Daryl Gurney took the seventh set by three legs to one to progress 4–3. Victories over Finland, Ireland and Russia helped Webster and Gerwyn Price into the semi-finals of the World Cup. 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. Webster has been battling dartitis in recent years, but hoped that this result in a team event could boost his individual performances.

2012

His good form from the previous week did not help him, however, at the 2012 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. He then teamed up with Burnett for his second World Cup and together they reached the semi-finals with wins over Croatia and South Africa. Webster could not reach his second successive World Cup final however, as the English pair of Phil Taylor and Adrian Lewis won 1–3. At the World Matchplay, Webster defeated Colin Lloyd 10–6 in the first round, before losing to Andy Hamilton 6–13 in the last 16. In September, Webster threw a nine darter in the opening leg of his first round match against Andree Welge in Event 4 of the European Tour, but went on to lose 4–6. After all 33 ProTour events of 2012 had been played, Webster was 27th on the Order of Merit, inside the top 32 who qualified for the Players Championship Finals. He lost to Taylor 2–6 in the first round.

2011

He continued this good form into the 2011 PDC World Darts Championship in which he knocked out Steve Maish, number 8 seed Ronnie Baxter and Mark Hylton in the early rounds losing only 1 set between them. In the quarter-final he knocked out 15-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. This earned him £50,000 and Moved him into the top 16 of the PDC rankings for the first time at number 13.

Webster played in the 2011 Premier League. His early form was strong, pushing Taylor hard with a 170 out-shot and avenging his loss to Adrian Lewis with an average of 110.19 – the second highest ever achieved in the Premier league (behind Taylor). 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 2011 UK Open, Webster reached the semi-finals and led James Wade 9–7 in their best-of-19 match, but lost 10–9 despite throwing for the match on two occasions.

Webster finally reached his first PDC major final at the 2011 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.

2010

In his debut at the PDC World Championship in 2010, Webster defeated established players including Mark Walsh, Peter Manley and Co Stompé to reach the semi-final, where he was outplayed by Taylor. Webster did, however, earn the consolation of third place via a playoff match with van Barneveld, earning an extra £20,000 in the process and entering the top 32 in the PDC rankings for the first time.

He began 2010 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 2010 UK Open Darts. However he was knocked out in his first match against Tony Eccles.

After the UK Open his poor floor form returned in which he failed to progress past the last 32 in any event until the 2010 World Matchplay Darts in which he knocked out seventh seed Adrian Lewis 11–9 in the first round but was beaten 13–9 by Co Stompé This earned him £7,500 towards the order of merit.

His next major event was the 2010 Championship League Darts which he qualified for due to his order of merit ranking of 29 which put him into the last group – 8. He qualified from the group stage in fourth with wins over Jelle Klaasen, Michael van Gerwen, Dennis Priestley and Denis Ovens this meant that he played group winner Co Stompé in the semi-final in which he prevailed 6–3 however he was beaten 6–2 by Wayne Jones in the group final.

Due to his 3rd-place finish at the previous World Championship Webster qualified for the 2010 Grand Slam of Darts. 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.

Webster was the Welsh captain for the inaugural 2010 PDC World Cup of Darts in which Barrie Bates was his partner. 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. This meant that they played the Australian team of Simon Whitlock and Paul Nicholson in the Semi-finals. 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. Despite Australia winning the throw for the bull and opening with a 180 from Whitlock consecutive 140's from Wales got them back in the match. Bates then held his nerve to take out a 116 to take them to the final which also went to the doubles match after Webster defeated Co Stompé and Raymond van Barneveld back to back with a 100+ average in each match. However they lost the doubles 8–5 to finish runners up in the tournament.

2009

Webster entered the 2009 BDO World Championship as the number two seed. He defeated Dutchman Willy van de Wiel 3–0 in the first round but his title reign came to an end in the second round when he was beaten 4–0 by 2001 Lakeside Champion John Walton.

With rumours persisting over a potential switch to the PDC, Webster had remained defiant that he would return to Lakeside in 2010. However, it was announced on 5 February 2009 that Webster had joined the PDC, making his debut at the double-header Players Championship events in Gladbeck at the end of February.

2008

Despite his lack of major television tournament wins, Webster entered the 2008 BDO World Championship as the number one seed due to his success in open events. This time around, Webster justified his status as joint-favourite for the title (alongside Anderson), as he beat Ian Jones in the first round, popular qualifier Glenn Moody in the last 16 and ninth seed Darryl Fitton in the quarter-finals. He played defending champion Martin Adams in the semi-finals, beating him 6–4 and earning a place in the final. He then beat Simon Whitlock 7–5 in the final on 13 January 2008, to become the third Welshman to win the World Championship of either organisation, after Leighton Rees and Richie Burnett, and only the second left-handed player to win the World Championship in either the PDC or BDO.

Webster did not play many tournaments in 2008, instead choosing to remain in college to earn his plumbing degree. He did though retain the WDF Europe Cup, beating Northern Ireland's Daryl Gurney in the final. Webster also had a great run into the quarter finals of the 2008 Grand Slam of Darts. After surprisingly losing his opening group game to Colin McGarry, he went on to whitewash Michael van Gerwen 5–0 and despite losing to Mervyn King, Webster went through to the knockout stages on leg difference after McGarry failed to beat van Gerwen. Webster then demolished PDC World Champion John Part 10–2 – in a battle of the incumbent world champions – to reach the quarter finals where he lost again to King. Webster then suffered a last 16 exit in the 2008 World Masters, losing to Ross Montgomery and then went out in the group stages of the Zuiderduin Masters. Having beaten Martin Atkins, he lost to wildcard entrant Henny van der Ster who claimed the quarter final spot ahead of Webster and went on to reach the semi-finals.

2007

In May 2007, he beat Phil Taylor in the group stages on his way to the final of the International Darts League – however he lost 9–13 to Gary Anderson. However, he added to his growing collection of titles by winning the World Cup Singles in October 2007.

1996

He first came to prominence in 1996, winning the 1996 WDF Europe Cup, and making the semi-finals of the 2006 Winmau World Masters. In other BDO/WDF tournaments during 2006 he won the Northern Ireland Open and reached the semi-finals of the Welsh Open. However, he underperformed in the subsequent 2007 World Championship, losing on his debut to Tony Eccles 3–0 in the first round.

1983

Mark Webster (born 12 August 1983 in St Asaph) is a former professional left-handed Welsh darts player who lives in Denbigh. Known as Webby, but nicknamed The Spider he played in Professional Darts Corporation events. Webster began his career on the British Darts Organisation (BDO) circuit, winning the BDO World Championship in 2008. Webster became a full-time professional in 2009, having previously been a fully qualified registered plumber.