Rob Cross (darts player)

Rob Cross
Rob Cross (darts player), 2017 (cropped).jpg
Cross in 2017
Personal information
NicknameVoltage
Born (1990-09-21) 21 September 1990 (age 27)[1]
Pembury, Kent, England
Home townEdenbridge,
lives in Hastings
England
Darts information
Playing darts since2001
DartsTarget
LateralityRight-handed
Walk-on musicHot Hot Hot by Arrow
Organisation (see split in darts)
BDO2015
PDC2017–
Current world ranking3
BDO majors - best performances
World MastersLast 48: 2015
PDC premier events - best performances
World Ch'shipWinner (1): 2018
World MatchplayLast 16: 2017, 2018
World Grand PrixLast 32: 2017, 2018
Grand SlamQuarter Final: 2017
Premier LeagueSemi Final: 2018
European Ch'shipRunner Up: 2017
UK OpenQuarter Final: 2018
Players Ch'ship FinalsSemi Final: 2017
The MastersQuarter Final: 2018
Champions LeagueGroup Stage: 2018
Other tournament wins
PDC Challenge Tour 2016 (x3)

Players Championships

Players Championship (BAR) 2017 (x2)
Players Championship (DUB) 2017
Players Championship (MK) 2017
Players Championship (WIG) 2018

World Series of Darts

Brisbane Darts Masters 2018
Other achievements

2016 Finishes first on PDC Challenge Tour Order of Merit 2017 Breaks into the top 32 on the PDC order of merit for the first time (debut year on circuit)

2018 Breaks into the top 4 in the PDC order of merit for the first time

2018 Becomes the first player to win the PDC world championship at first attempt (barring players who have played in the BDO world championship)
Rob Cross playing darts.

Robert "Rob" Cross (born 21 September 1990) is an English professional darts player who plays in Professional Darts Corporation events, where he is the reigning PDC World Darts Champion, following his victory over Phil Taylor in 2018. Cross won the World Championship on his debut, having turned professional just 11 months prior to the event. He is currently ranked No 3 on the PDC world rankings.

BDO career

2015

In October 2015, Cross attempted to qualify for the 2016 BDO World Darts Championship, where he was knocked out in the last 64 by Tony Martin.[2] He also competed in the 2015 World Masters, losing to Darius Labanauskas in the last 48.[3]

Other Languages
Deutsch: Rob Cross
한국어: 롭 크로스
italiano: Rob Cross
kurdî: Rob Cross
Nederlands: Rob Cross
русский: Кросс, Роб
українська: Роб Кросс