Cadby keen to make up for lost time at the Melbourne Darts Masters

Jamie Shaw in PDC Darts News 7 Aug 2018
Aussie ace Cadby celebrates (credit:Lawrence Lustig/PDC)

Corey Cadby says he is determined to make up for “lost time” upon his return to action at the Melbourne Masters this week.

Visa problems have ruled Cadby out of PDC action since reaching the UK Open final in Minehead back in March and he has slipped to 60th in the Order of Merit.

The 23-year-old, however, has since racked up six DPA titles in his homeland and will make his return in the season's fifth World Series event from August 10-12.

The Melbourne-based star has endured a frustrating spell but thanked fans for their support in a statement posted by his management company.

The statement read:

"First up I would like to thank Mac, the PDC, Target and all the fans for their fantastic support over the last four months. 

"I'm not going to lie it's not been easy just not knowing what is going on, as all the paperwork is in then you don't get told anything.

"The plus point is that I have had my amazing family around me. I got married to my beautiful wife, which was a moment that I will never forget.

"Now I can't wait for the darts in Melbourne to start, as I have lost time to make up. 

I just want the chance to get on with my career and make my family proud. I showed in short space of time that I can compete at the top level and just can't wait to get started once more.

"As I said earlier without the support of the fans on social media, Mac, Garry at Target and the PDC it would have been impossible. 

"I loved that I when I was playing events here at home, as soon as it was over there would be a message from Mac and Garry saying well done. So knowing they were watching at silly o'clock in the UK meant so much.

"Thank you to everyone and I can't wait to repay your faith in me."


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