DartsInStoke Q&A with German darts player Sarah Milkowski
Arriving in Barnsley, I was just speechless, meeting all these amazing women was fantastic for me. The venue was big and the atmosphere was buzzing. I was afraid of the big names at first but they were all so nice and polite. I went to England just for the experience as I never thought I would have a chance for a match or even a leg at the event, but in the end I got 2 victories, 100 pounds prize money and was the first German woman in the L32 in an official PDC Darts event and this makes me happy & so proud.
DIS - Do you think that one day we will see more and more women in the PDC world finals and perhaps a overall world champion.
SM - I'm sure but it's a long way to go still, but we have the ability to do that of course! When female players can earn the same prize money as what the male players get, we can then focus on the sport and don't worry about doing other work.
Then I play maybe Cricket or 121, and if I have more time I play some 170 or 301 against the computer. I try to practice now between 2 and 3 hours, minimum 4 days a week.
DIS - Tell us a darts player that you think will have a massive 2021 season
DIS - We like to ask a random question from time to time here at DartsInStoke when we do a Q&A so here we go. We are in the year 2029, COVID19 is a far off distant memory, who do you predict the two final players in the 2029 world darts championships are
SM - Dimitri Van den Bergh vs Beau Greaves
We would very much like to express our thanks to Sarah for taking the time to answer our questions and we would like to wish her and all connections the very best for 2021 and we hope to see more of Sarah's name at events when we can get back to playing darts.
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