Beau Greaves has been one of the real talking points so far of the 2020 BDO World Championship with the 15-year old one of the main favourites to lift the title after a stellar year on the tour.
Greaves who was making her TV debut on the Indigo stage in defeating Tori Kewish said that the support made her relax into the game and that playing on a mix of tours has massively helped her development.
In terms of Q-School, Greaves turns 16 while the BDO World Championship is on and she has confirmed that a potential move to the PDC is on the cards as well.
“A first round win is good because you feel so nervous but I am just happy to get over the line. I obviously got a lot of support so I really appreciate that, it made me relax and obviously it showed in the game,” said Greaves to Tungsten Tales.
“I’ve been doing the youth tour for the past five years and I just started winning in the past year so obviously that has boosted my game a lot. Just looking forward to moving up into the seniors and reach more TV.”
“I will be going to Q-School, going to give that a go. Try and have some fun and see how far I get.”
Tags: 2020 Q-School, Beau Greaves
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Author: Samuel Gill