Denmark put in some impressive performances at the most recent World Cup of Darts. Key to that was Benjamin Drue Reus.
Drue Reus himself averaged a very impressive 114 in Denmark's opening match at the World Cup of Darts. "As soon as we were done I got my phone and turned it on and already I saw messages that all mentioned my average and how well I played," said the 24-year-old Dane in conversation with the Weekly Dartscast.
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Drue Reus was alongside Vladimir Andersen and having that friend alongside to support was a big help Reus believes. "He helped me to relax a lot," he explains. "I would say he played a really big part of it."
Next up for Drue Reus is securing himself a PDC Tour Card. "Studies are priority but my plan is to go Q-School," he says after skipping the event earlier this year. "I will most likely have the time, this time around."