Wade weighs up future after Coronavirus pandemic: "The free time already gave me a taste of retirement"
James Wade claimed victory during the PDC Summer Series returning to the winners' circle once again in the Players Championship series.
For Wade though despite returning to winning form, he admits the time off has given him a taste of what might be to come in terms of his future and even early retirement.
"It was great. I saw a lot of young players playing tournaments online, but I didn't feel like it. The free time already gave me a taste of retirement. If I had had some more money, I might retire" he said.
"I can still win tournaments. I would stop if I can't anymore, but it is getting more and more difficult," he added. "I'm only 37, but I've been doing this for a long time. I'm one of the most experienced players on the track. But I'm still eager and I can still win majors."