The Asp: “Needs To Get His Name on Another Trophy”

Nathan Aspinall heads to Wolverhampton in confident mood after reaching last month’s World Grand Prix final, as the Stockport star looks to end a three-year wait for a PDC televised title.

“2019 was a long, long time ago now! I need to get my name on a trophy again and hopefully that will happen in Wolverhampton,” claimed the former UK Open champion.

The polular Bolton thrower has suffered with a wrist injury but seems to be heading back to his fluent best:

“My management team and my family – we know a big win is around the corner. I can feel it. I know what I’m doing in practice, I know what I’m doing in tournaments, and I do believe it’s coming.

“It’s going to be tough but I’m looking forward to it, the confidence is high and I really think I can do some damage.”

The 16th staging of the Grand Slam will see a star-studded 32-player field competing for a record-breaking £650,000 in prize money and the coveted Eric Bristow Trophy from November 12-20.

With the players split into eight groups of four for the first round stage, the round-robin action begins with a bumper double session on Saturday November 12.

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