Darts youngster Fabian Schmutzler qualifies for the Darts World Cup.
Gabriel Clemens, Martin Schindler and Florian Hempel play at the Darts World Cup in Alexandra Palace. Now, completely surprisingly, the German youngster Fabian Schmutzler qualifies.
D.he German darts youngster Fabian Schmutzler has crowned an unexpected triumph with the completely surprising qualification for the World Cup in London. The 16-year-old prevailed on the Development Tour in Niedernhausen at the weekend and finished second in the entire series, although he was not allowed to play in the first part in August because he had not reached the required minimum age of 16 at the time. The actual winner Rusty-Jake Rodriguez (Austria) had qualified for the World Cup in advance, so Schmutzler is moving up.
After Gabriel Clemens, Martin Schindler and Florian Hempel, the talent from Frankfurt am Main is the fourth German to take part in the championships at Alexandra Palace (December 15 to January 3). For Schmutzler it is by far the greatest success of his young career. The German will be one of the youngest players ever to compete in the most important darts tournament of the year. Max Hopp, not yet qualified for the 2022 World Cup, also made his World Cup debut at 16.
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