All 128 PDC Tour Card holders confirmed for the 2021 season
Ahead of the new season kicking off this next week at the Super Series in Milton Keynes and off the back of Q-School, all 128 Tour Card holders have been confirmed in different sections.
On the other end, there is Maik Kuivenhoven who keeps his place on the tour due to Kyle Anderson giving up his Tour Card. Harry Ward was the same and as a result helped Mark McGeeney have a lifeline and not have to go to Q-School.
There are 31 players though who are heading into their second year of their Tour Cards and looking to cement themselves and these include PDC Young Player of the Year, Callan Rydz. As well as former World Champions in Scott Waites and Lisa Ashton.
Andy Hamilton, Jeff Smith and Martijn Kleermaker are the same heading into 2021.
Two players came off the Development Tour to join the PDC ProTour with Keane Barry set for his anticipated full Pro Tour debut. ‘Dynamite’ is joined by the returning Berry Van Peer.
While speaking of long awaited, the impressive David Evans finally becomes a Tour Card holder through the Challenge Tour route and he is joined by Ritchie Edhouse.
Finally onto the players who won through at Q-School. Of course highlighted by five-time World Champion, Raymond Van Barneveld. Also set for the ProTour include former Lakeside World Champion, Scott Mitchell as well as Danny Baggish who produced his remarkable day to win a Tour Card.
The likes of Martin Schindler, Boris Koltsov, Andrew Gilding, Geert Nentjes and Geert De Vos all join them ahead of the Super Series getting underway.
PDC Tour Card holders for the 2021 season
Top 64 on PDC Order of Merit after PDC World Championship
Michael van Gerwen
Dimitri Van den Bergh
Jose de Sousa
Jeffrey de Zwaan
Vincent van der Voort
Dirk van Duijvenbode
Darren Web star
NB: Kyle Anderson and Harry Ward resigned their PDC Tour Cards, meaning Mark McGeeney and Maik Kuivenhoven retaining their Tour Card.
(31) Players entering Year Two of 2020/2021 PDC Tour Card
Callan Rydz (CT 2019)
Mike De Decker
Ryan Meikle (CT 2019)
Ciaran Teehan (DT 2019)
Kai Fan Leung
Jesus Noguera (CT 2019)
Top two players from 2020 Development Tour Order of Merit
Berry van Peer
Top two players from 2020 Challenge Tour Order of Merit
2021 Q-School winners
Geert De Vos
Raymond van Barneveld