Paul Lim is determined to keep his momentum rolling when he competes in the Shanghai Darts Masters tomorrow.
Fresh from his heroics at the Betway World Cup and Darts, where him and his partner Harith Lim dumped out top seeds Scotland on their way to a run to the quarter-finals, as well as a win in stage two of the World Soft Darts Championships in France, the 63-year-old takes to the stage in Shanghai for the World Series event this week.
The Singapore thrower pushed eventual champion Michael van Gerwen close in the inaugural Shanghai Darts Masters 12 months ago, narrowly losing 6-4 in the first round, with Dave Chisnall this year standing in his way in the opening round tomorrow.
“I’m really looking forward to the Shanghai Masters,” he said. “It’s always a privilege and honour to be part of the PDC tour, because of its prestige and having to play with the PDC elite group of players.
“This event is giving me a chance to show where we stand against them. So, I don’t want to waste a moment like this. This is my chance and I want to do well.”