Nitin Kumar will make a second consecutive PDC World Championship appearance after easing through the Indian Qualifier.
Kumar established himself as the best player from India with some of the numbers he produced last year and he showed that again at times in this qualifier.
In his semi-final he hit a 93 average with 50 percent on the doubles and he will be hoping to produce those sort of numbers on the Alexandra Palace stage.
Last year he went out in the first round to Jeffrey de Zwaan and since then he has gained further experience on the PDC Asian Tour and Q-School.
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QUALIFIED | 🇮🇳 Nitin Kumar wins the Indian Qualifier with great ease, beating Ravi Bhat 6-1 in the final. 'The Royal Bengal' will make his second appearance in Ally Pally this december, after making his debut last year. pic.twitter.com/rocOcem5cH
— Jetze Jan Idsardi (@jetze_jan) September 22, 2019
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