Seigo Asada

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Seigo Asada
Personal information
Nickname The Ninja
Born (1980-03-06) 6 March 1980 (age 38)
Osaka Japan
Home town Osaka
Japan
Darts information
Playing darts since 2000
Darts 19 Gram
Laterality Right-handed
Walk-on music Crazy Crazy Nights by Kiss
Organisation (see split in darts)
BDO 2012–2017
PDC 2018–
BDO majors - best performances
World Ch'ship Last 32: 2016
World Masters Last 16: 2014
World Darts Trophy Last 32: 2016
PDC premier events - best performances
World Ch'ship Last 64: 2018
Other tournament wins
Japan Open 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
PDC Asian Tour Malaysia 2018
PDC Asian Tour South Korea 2018
PDC Asian Tour Taipei 2018
PDC World Japan Qualifying Event 2017, 2018

Seigo Asada (born 6 March 1980) is a Japanese professional darts player who currently playing in the Professional Darts Corporation events.

Career[edit]

BDO[edit]

Asada won the Japan Open in 2012, he beat Osamu Niki in the final. He won the Japan Open for the second time in 2014 beating Katsuya Aiba in the final. He reached the Last 16 of the 2014 World Masters in Hull, he beat Darryl Fitton in the First round before losing to Mark McGeeney. He qualified for the 2015 BDO World Darts Championship losing to Brian Dawson in the Preliminary round. He qualified for the 2016 BDO World Darts Championship, beating Darius Labanauskas 3-1 in the Preliminary round.

In 2017, he won the Japanese Championship, organised by the PDJ (Professional Darts Japan). Thereby, he qualified for the 2018 PDC World Championship. On 26 November, he was drawn for a preliminary round game at the World Championship against Australian Gordon Mathers, whom he defeated 2-1, but was then eliminated 3-0 by eventual tournament winner Rob Cross.

In 2018, Asada won three events on the inagural PDC Asian Tour,[1][2][3] and also won the Japanese Championship to qualify for the 2019 PDC World Darts Championship.

World Championship results[edit]

BDO[edit]

PDC[edit]

  • 2018: First Round (lost to Rob Cross 0-3)
  • 2019: Qualifed

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allen, Dave. "Lam & Asada Share Asian Tour Wins". PDC. Retrieved 7 October 2018.
  2. ^ Allen, Dave. "Asada & Ilagan's PDC Asian Tour Wins". PDC. Retrieved 7 October 2018.
  3. ^ Allen, Dave. "Lim & Asada Land PDC Asian Tour Crowns". PDC. Retrieved 7 October 2018.