"I've made mistakes, this time I can only make it better": Cadby overjoyed after return to PDC Tour at European Q-School

Corey Cadby returns to the PDC Tour after a three year absence with the 27-year-old set for an unexpected comeback after relinquishing his Tour Card at the start of 2020.

Cadby showed glimmers of his previous form in both stages but prevailed against Karel Sedlacek on Day Two of European Q-School with impressive scoring from 'The King'.

"Yesterday I was unlucky I came across a good draw which was obviously Max (Hopp) and I hope he comes on to qualify for the Tour Card but today I played very well and my average was big. My doubles were a bit missing but at the final time when they needed to be but yeah hats off to the opponent but the King is back," said Cadby to PDC.

Cadby is honest about learning from mistakes with personal issues at times blighting his darting career and he says things can only get better now he has returned.

"I've always believed that I've always had the darts. What can I say three years is a long time off but I'm back now and I'm looking forward to what the world has to offer."

"I've been there, I've made mistakes, I've done the wrong things but I've also done the right things and this time I can only make it better so looking forward to it."

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