Darts analyst Chris Mason does not understand some of the fan criticism on social media about Fallen Sherock’s participation in the World Series. According to Mason, the ‘queen of the palace’ plays an important role in the development of the game.
Sherak is one of six players to appear in all World Series this year. Earlier this month he played in New York and Copenhagen, then played in Amsterdam, and played tryptic in Australia and New Zealand. After Sherock’s mediocre performance in the U.S. Dart Masters, criticism of his appearance increased, but Mason thinks it’s unfair.
“Do not forget that he came a long way in the Grand Slam of Darts and reached the final of the Nordic Darts Masters in 2021. Sherak will always be watched, but it’s a calling match. The PDC can call anyone they want, they can call me …”
Mason then tries to explain PTC’s thinking. “It’s marketing, there’s a plan behind it. We’ve found a female ambassador for the game. Eventually, more women will find talent in darts. A few years ago, professional darts were impossible for women, but now there is an opportunity.
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