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Michael Van Gerwen

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Full Name Michael Van Gerwen
Profession Darts Player
Date of Birth April 25 , 1989
Current Age 34 years
Birth Country Netherlands
Nationality Dutch
Birth Sign Taurus
Dead or Alive Alive ( 34 years old)

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Michael Van Gerwen is one of the famous Darts Player, who was born on the memorable day of April 25 in the year 1989. Michael Van Gerwen is a proud citizen of Netherlands.

Dutch professional dart player became the youngest person to win a World Masters with a 2006 victory at age 17. Since 2021, he has been ranked number three in the world.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Michael Van Gerwen continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Michael Van Gerwen
Popular As: Michael Van Gerwen
First Name: Michael
Last Name: Gerwen
Gender: Male
Birthday: April 25
Birth Year: 1989
Age: 34-years
Siblings: Samantha van Gerwen, Kevin van Gerwen, Peggy van Gerwen


He won his first youth event, the Primus Masters, in 2003.

He won his first PDC premier event at the 2012 World Grand Prix. His other accomplishments can be found on his website.


He has two sisters and a brother. He married Daphne Govers in 2014. They have a daughter named Zoe. He and darts legend Eric Bristow are both World Masters Championship winners.

Michael Van Gerwen Timeline

It was 15-time winner Taylor's first defeat in a Matchplay final and only his eighth defeat in the tournament since 1994.
It beat Phil Taylor's previous best of 111.21 (23 legs) in the second round of the 2002 World Championship.
He reached the final of the Primus Masters Youth event at the age of 14 in 2003.
Such exuberant celebrations have created negative reactions among some of his fellow players, with 2004 World Masters winner Mervyn King calling it disrespectful.
He then started to amass youth titles in 2005 including the German Open, German Gold Cup, Norway Open, Northern Ireland Open, Swedish Open and the Dutch National Youth Championship; which he also defended in 2006.
He won the 2006 World Masters and threw a televised nine-dart finish at the 2007 Masters of Darts, becoming the youngest player to do both, aged 17.