Nathan Aspinall
Birthday: 5. July 1991
Lives in: Stockport, England
Born in: Stockport, England
Nickname The Asp
Darts: 27g Target Nathan Aspinall
Walk-On-Music: Mr. Brightside (The Killers)
Organisation: PDC

Nathan Aspinall started his darts career in 2012 and from the start played in the PDC. First he played Challenge Tour and Development Tour events. In 2015 he took part in the PDC Qualifying School and got a Tour Card. He qualified for the UK Open in the same year and played himself into the last 32. He reached the final of the PDC Unicorn World Youth Championship but lost in a close match 5:6 to Max Hopp.
2017 he lost his Tour Card but still played Challenge Tour events; he won one of those events. 2018 he again entered Qualifying School and this time got his Tour Card back. In September he won his first Players Championship. Thanks to this win and some other achievements on the Pro Tour he qualified for the PDC World Championship 2019. Aspinall at his debut reached the semi-finals, but lost to Michael Smith. In March Aspinall was the surprise winner of the UK Open in Minehead beating Rob Cross in the final throwing a 170 finish for the win. When Gary Anderson had to withdraw from Premier League due to his back problems Aspinall was one of the contenders who replaced him but he lost his match - again to Michael Smith.
In June Aspinall won the US Darts Masters - an event of the PDC World Series of Darts. With the exception of the World Grand Prix quarterfinal at his tournament debut the rest of 2019 was far less impressive. But Aspinall was back in the PDC World Championship 2020 where he again reached the semi-finals. This time he lost to Michael van Gerwen. 2020 Aspinall was nominated for the first time for the Premier League and reached the final. So far he didn't win a second Major event but reached 2022 the final of both the World Grand Prix and the Grand Slam.

Major Tournaments
PDC World ChampionshipSemi Finals2019, 2020
World MatchplayQuarterfinals 2021, 2022
World Grand PrixRunner-Up2022
UK OpenWinner2019
Grand Slam of DartsRunner-Up2022
Premier LeagueRunner-Up2020
European ChampionshipSemi Finals2021
Players Championship FinalsLast 322018, 2020, 2021
World Series of Darts FinalsQuarterfinal2020
PDC Unicorn World Youth ChampionshipFinal2015
The MastersSemi Finals2020

PDC World Series of Darts, Wins
US Darts Masters2019

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