World Championship participant Carolissen decides against competing at 2021 Q-School

Cameron Carolissen decided to stay in the UK after exiting the 2020/21 PDC World Darts Championship to play in Q-School but has now returned to his home country of South Africa.

Originally set to take place in January, Q-School has now been moved to February however due to a full national lockdown, it is uncertain if that will be the case. As a result, 'The Javelin' has decided to head home and set his sights on 2022.

"Reason for my return was due to Covid 19 being at its peak in the United Kingdom. With tier 5 in place up until mid February, it was too much of a risk for me to stay any longer or even play in the Qualifying School. Nothing has been set out yet so it is basically a gamble," said Carolissen on Facebook.

"I will now regroup and put proper planning into place to return to the UK in 2022 for the Q school. Now with the taste I had, it is time to put in more constructive practices for the year and return at 100 percent. It feels good to be back home!"

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