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“I thought I was getting kicked in the nuts unfairly, but everything happens for a reason – there’s no smoke without fire, and I guess there must have been too much fire in my belly that night.” 'Stroppy sod' To make matters worse, two months later the eight-time Major winner and second most successful PDC player of all time was devastated to be left out of the lucrative Premier League – a tournament he won in 2009 – leaving his career in tatters.
“A few people at the PDC have said missing the Premier League didn’t do me any harm, but mentally it broke me in two,” Wade said.
Wade is always cheered on by gorgeous girlfriend Samantha Marsh, whom he met through her work as a PDC walk-on girl.
There was one brief attempt to restart the match, but after more complaints they came off.
Both players apparently then did agree to see the the semi-final through until the end, and it eventually resumed after nearly half an hour's delay.
It's been one of the most defining years of his glittering career so far, but it’s cupid’s arrow, and not James Wade’s dart, which has hit the sweetest bullseye of them all.
“I wasn’t in a very good place at the time,” said the 31-year-old, who opens his World Championship bid at Alexandra Palace this week.
“It was a silly way to carry on but I needed to calm down.
I didn’t do anything wrong that night, but when I went backstage afterwards I was banned from the practice area, or asked to leave.“That upset me because I was bullied at school and that was like going back to being ostracised in the playground.PDC star James Wade has blown the minds of darts fans this week with some stunning performances at the World Grand Prix in Dublin.‘The Machine’ nailed an incredible double-in nine-darter in a high-quality win over Robert Thornton on Wednesday, before defeating defending champion Phil Taylor in the quarter-finals on Friday.
Just 13 months ago, the Aldershot darts ace cut a desolate figure after he was thrashed 10-1 by Phil Taylor at the Masters in Edinburgh, where he was involved in heated exchanges backstage after averaging a lowly 73.To punish himself, Wade – who has battled back from depression and two stints in the Priory after being diagnosed as bipolar – took off his shoes and socks and, in pitch darkness, walked back to his hotel from the Royal Highland Centre across fields in his bare feet.