The World Series starts it’s next leg this coming weekend with Auckland the first of three events in Australia and New Zealand, Tim Pusey is competing at every one and is hoping to make his mark on proceedings as Dartsnews.com caught up with him ahead of the opening event.

Topics included form, a potential move to the UK and who he’d like to face in the three events he is playing in.

Q. Thanks for your time Tim, to start off how did you get into darts??

A: My dad’s team was short one night, I wasn’t terrible, So I stuck with it and haven’t looked back.

Q. You are competing at all World Series events down under, are you looking forward to making your debut in the tournaments in the coming days/weeks??

A. I can’t wait to play on stage; and enjoy everything it had to offer.
But it just feels like any other tournament, but I’m sure that will change.

Q. How would you rate your form going into those tournaments and are you looking forward to hopefully showing your best game on the stage??

A. My form has been great leading up to the tournament; I’m getting better every day, learning little things.
So by the end of the series, I hope to have my best on the board.

Q. Seeing the likes of Corey Cadby and Cody Harris try and make it in the UK professionally, if you have a good run in these events is this something you’d ever consider??

A. I would and this is the best test to see if it’s worth making the trip over.

Q. Out of the PDC representatives, who would you want to face the most in one of the three tournaments you are involved in??

A. I would really like to play Gary Anderson. I just enjoy the way he goes about his business.

Q. Finally what are your ambitions would you say for the rest of 2018??

A. Winning an DPA event.
But to top a great year off, taking the oceanic masters and booking a spot at the world championships.

Interview conducted by Samuel Gill, writer for Dartsnews.com

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Author: Samuel Gill