Hunt on practice helping upturn in form: "I was playing more on the piano than I was on the board"
Adam Hunt had a good back end to 2020 performing well in the Grand Slam of Darts as well as the World Championship.
Hunt spoke to Tungsten Tales and puts his upturn in form down to practicing more on the board than on the piano.
"The past couple of months have been brilliant. Had an ok middle of the year but people always say you've got to have a good back end of the year because obviously there's a couple of different TV competitions. I did quite well in them so got myself up the ranking so I'm happy," said Hunt to Tungsten Tales.
"The money is huge at the World's, it can change your ranking straight away. I had two good wins, Lisa was a good win. I remember Dan Dawson saying if you don't win obviously it doesn't look great on you but if you win, you're meant to win. Jamie (Hughes) was a good win even though he didn't play well. I played well against Dirk as well but he was different class."
"I think after the Summer Series when I didn't win anything, I knew I had to change something so I went up to Scotland to see a lad called Andy and he helped us out a bit. I've got a piano in my house and I took it out because I was playing more on the piano than I was on the board."