James Wade has apologised for his behaviour during and after his victory against Seigo Asada at the PDC Darts World Championships, saying he was “fighting a battle” with himself.
Wade, who won 3-2 in the second round, celebrated in his Japanese opponent’s face after clinching the second set.
After Wednesday’s victory, Wade said he was “doing it for the UK” and “wanted to really hurt him in his face”.
On Thursday, he said: “I hope people can understand how remorseful I am.”
More to follow.
Source BBC News