Landman set for PDC Q-School return after World Darts Championship: "I just need more consistency"

Chris Landman produced a near perfect debut at the 2021/22 PDC World Darts Championship breezing past Scott Mitchell to the loss of only a few legs.

Landman spoke afterwards and admitted he always just stayed focused on the task at hand instead of thinking about the finishing line approaching.

"I'm feeling great. Not expecting that I won 3-0 but it went well. He missed doubles and I take them," said Landman post match.

"I went 2-0 up and I think that but it's never over when you saw he got a little bit in the game. But yeah I thought just throw my darts and it went well."

Qualification feeling

Having played at Lakeside and the Indigo before as part of the BDO/WDF, he spoke about the feeling of qualification which he summed up as a dream come true.

"It was a great feeling. I didn't expect it to get here. It was a real relief. For me it was a dream to come here and to play here. I never think about it that I even stand here on this stage."


Next up for 'The Countryman' will be another tilt at Q-School and he admitted more consistency will be needed.

"I will try the Q-School, it's very hard. There's so many good players there, last year I went there and the level is so high there. I can get that but I just need more consistency."

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