Luke Littler set for two-year PDC ban after…..

Luke Littler set for two-year PDC ban after World Darts Championship heroics


Luke Littler will be unable to play on the PDC Development Tour for the next two years after his incredible run to the World Darts Championship final earlier this month

It is anticipated that Luke Littler, a well-known figure in the darts community, would serve a two-year ban from the PDC Development Tour. This follows his strong showing in the World Darts Championship final.

Littler has received a substantial reward for his performance in the World Darts Championship, where he made it to the final as the youngest player and nailed a televised nine-darter in the Bahrain Masters. But because of PDC regulations, this means he won’t be able to defend the junior titles he took home last year.

Matthew Edgar, a former tour card holder, has said that Littler will be able to defend his World Youth Championship title. He got this information from the PDC after Littler beat Dutch player Gian van Veen in the final last November. In a video on his YouTube channel, Edgar stated: “The darts he’s playing, I would dare to say we’re never going to see Luke Littler once again playing on that Development Tour. Luke Littler is the World Youth Champion. Can he defend that title? That’s the twist in the tale.”

Edgar continued: “Yes, he can. I’ve looked at this, and I did reach out to the PDC in order to get confirmation. They have confirmed that Luke Littler can and will be in a position to defend his World Youth Championship this year.”

The 17-year-old Littler has gained notoriety after making it to the World Darts Championship final. In addition to playing in the Premier League tour this year, he won his first senior title at the Bahrain Masters last month.

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