Richardson on going under the radar at WDF Lakeside: "Keep me out of the way and I'll scuttle through to the end"

James Richardson survived a comeback from Sebastian Steyer to win through to the second round of 2022 WDF Lakeside World Championship.

Richardson let Steyer back in and admitted he wasn't as his moniker suggests in being 'Ruthles's and was more 'useless'.

"I fell asleep really, it's my own fault. Can't make those mistakes again on that stage, it's the first time I've been up on that stage as well. That won't happen again," said Richardson to Tungsten Tales.

"I weren't Ruthless, I was probably useless. You will see the Ruthless come out of me, more ruthless and less useless."

"I've been doing a bit of MODUS League which is massive. Challenge Tour, haven't really defended my belt because nobody wants to play me for my European (ADC) belt if there's anybody out there, come challenge me."

He also wants to keep under the radar and doesn't want to be seen as a favourite so he can move through.

"I can take confidence from that game because it's a win. I'll take the win into the next game, there's no problem. Keep me out of the way and I'll scuttle through to the end, just don't mention me. I know I can win it, I go round by round, leg by leg, that's all I'll do."

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