Tara Anderson Wiki – Tara Anderson Biography
Tara Anderson is best known for being the wife of Australian professional darts player Kyle Anderson.
Death was announced on 24 August 2021; he was 33 years old. Kyle Anderson played within the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) from 2012 to 2021.
He won the 2017 Auckland Darts Masters tournament. He was the brother of fellow darts player Beau Anderson.
The couple shares two children.
Tara Anderson’s age is unclear yet.
Kyle Anderson Death & Cause
Anderson moved from Australia to Nottingham, England, when he became a professional darts player. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he returned to Australia. Anderson had diabetes and tested positive for COVID-19 soon after returning to Australia from the UK in March 2020, spending four weeks in self-isolation. He posted a picture, seemingly of himself in hospital, on his Instagram account on 10 August with the caption: “Getting all too regular now.”
His death was announced on 24 August 2021; he was 33 years old.
A lovely man and always fun to be with, very sorry to hear about Kyle. We had many great games and a fantastic player. A credit to Australian and world darts. RIP mate. 🙏🌹 pic.twitter.com/1tpS9U5HZY
— Michael Van Gerwen (@MvG180) August 24, 2021
The PDC president, Barry Hearn, said: “We send our condolences and best wishes to Kyle’s family and friends at this sad time, particularly his wife and children. He was a popular player on the Tour, and his talent and dedication made him an inspiration to other players around the world.”
Michael Van Gerwen wrote in a tweet, “A lovely man and always fun to be with, very sorry to hear about Kyle. We had many great games and a fantastic player. A credit to Australian and world darts. RIP mate.”
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