Paul Lim is among four players from the PDC Asian Tour to possess sealed qualification for this year’s PDC World Championship, following the 2019 season’s conclusion.
Six double-header weekends are played throughout 2019 across Asia, with the top four players around the PDC Asian Tour Order of Merit assured of a place at Alexandra Palace.
Lourence Ilagan topped the rankings for the 2nd year and the Philippines ace finished ahead of Japan’s Seigo Asada, who completed a Singapore twice in Event 12 and Occasion 11 in top spot.
On the other hand, the big story will visit after finishing third on the Order of 26, Lim make his PDC World Championship look later this year.
Scooped two names on the Tour this season whilst also losing out in two further finals.
Lim, who made his World Championship bow back in 1982, will soon make a 24th World Championship appearance in December.
‘The Singapore Slinger’ will likely be combined in the Ally Pally by Philippines’ World Cup star before losing out to Kyle Anderson at the next round Noel Malicdem, that conquered Jeffrey de Graaf in the opening round of last year’s event.
The quartet join Dafabet North American Championship winner Danny Baggish in procuring World Championship spots so far using a multitude of additional qualifying events to be held throughout the planet across the subsequent few months.
It is not very long to wait patiently till darts is back on Sky Sports, the World Grand Prix gets underway Sunday, October 6 in Dublin’s Citywest Arena October 12 and seven times of policy continues until the final on Saturday.
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