Peters makes commitment ahead of joining PDC ProTour: "I now work three days instead of four"
Luc Peters will prove himself on the ProTour next season after recently winning a Tour Card at European Q-School.
Peters was also close last year. “Then I only narrowly missed a Tour Card. Because I was high in the Q-School ranking, I was allowed to participate in several Pro Tours. As a result, I was able to gain extra experience and that has come in handy now," said Peters to Darts Actueel.
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The first two days of the final phase of Q-School were not very successful, but on the third day he won the tournament.
“I certainly didn't panic after those first two days. Also last year I had a good third day and now in the morning I told my roommate that it would be my day. On my way to the overall victory I won 6-5 three times, but you sometimes need that luck, in the past it was often the other way around. In the final against Mario Vandenbogaerde I had some stress, because in the event of a loss, unlike him, I had no certainty about a Tour Card.”
More time to practice
Peters has some concrete goals in his first full year on the Pro Tour. “I would like to make it to the World Championship and the Players Championship Finals. In addition, I hope to qualify for a number of Euro Tours. I now work three days instead of four and have more time to train. “