Rob Cross reveals goal for upcoming year ahead of US Darts Masters
Former world champion Rob Cross had a huge weight lifted off his shoulders this past weekend when he finally won a PDC European Tour final for the first time in seven attempts.
His success came in the Interwetten European Darts Grand Prix in Sindelfingen, Germany, where he overcame Luke Humphries 8-6.
Now, Cross looks to build on this success when he travels to New York to compete in the US Darts Masters, but there is only one goal he has on his mind for the rest of the year.
“I want to win another major this year, another TV title. Another big one this year. I’m telling you now I’m going to win one, not a goal!" Cross said in an interview with BettingSites.
"My actual goals, I want to get back in the top four. That’s my goal for the end of the year. I want to get back in that top four, establish myself back in there, and if I can do that, then next year I’ll push for number one.”
“That’s where I want to be. But, you’ve got to be close enough. You’ve got to get them wins, those bigger TV tournaments under your belt. If you can win them, that’s what gets you to the top. It allows you to try and pitch for these bigger ones and I want to get to that number one.”
Cross will feature in this year's US Darts Masters which takes place at the Hulu Theater in Madison Square Garden, and is available to watch in certain regions on DAZN.