Nathan Aspinall is an English professional darts player currently playing in Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) events. He won the 2019 UK Open with a 170 checkout in the final leg against former World Champion Rob Cross. Nathan hails from Stockport, England. He won the 2019 UK Open with a 170 checkout in the final leg against former World Champion Rob Cross. Following Gary Anderson’s withdrawal from the 2019 Premier League, Aspinall was selected as one of nine ‘contenders’ to replace him.
Bio: Nathan Aspinall
Nathan, who has been rightfully nicknamed ‘The Asp’ was born in Stockport in 1991. Nathan Aspinall is a professional dart player and also the champion who revitalize his life after nearly being bankrupt. The robust and adept player has been able to reach his present apex due to his years-long struggles and efforts. He has always been generous with what life throws at him and has never been murked into slimy controversies or immoral acts.
Personal Information: Nathan Aspinall
Nathan Aspinall was born on 15 July 1991. Dart player Nathan Aspinall has never divulged any information regarding his marital status or possible partner. He has always kept his personal life away from the media eyes and public viewers. He has been quite busy with his playing career and focused solely on uplifting his gameplay every session of the recent games he play. His age is 31 years.
The UK Open champion for the 2019 session, Nathan Aspinall has kept his personal life details hidden from public eyes. The English professional dart champion is yet to remark on his parents.
Physical Measurements: Nathan Aspinall
As of 2022, Nathan Aspinall is just 30 years old with a height of 5 feet 9 inch. He has an weight of 67 kg. He has short and black hair and a small black beard. His eyes are black and look average in person. He holds English nationality and is of a White ethnic background.
Aspinall began playing in PDC Development and Challenge Tour events in 2012. His first semi-final in those came in 2013, where he lost 4–2 to Max Hopp. Following Gary Anderson’s withdrawal from the 2019 Premier League, Aspinall was selected as one of nine ‘contenders’ to replace him. He would play a one-off match against Michael Smith on night six in Nottingham. Aspinall won the 2019 US Darts Masters, the first event on the 2019 World Series of Darts. It was Aspinall’s first World Series event, and the only one he was selected to compete in during the 2019 edition. He played in the 2019 World Matchplay for the first time, losing to Mervyn King 10-5 despite averaging 103, and he was also seeded, made him the first player to make his World Matchplay debut as a seed since Simon Whitlock in 2010.
Nathan Aspinall now flaunts a massive net worth of $6 million. He has completely turned his life and altered it with a complete flip over from his poor initial period. During his early struggling phase, Nathan stated about having no money, no job, and no stable living. He was left with just 26 dollars to spend wisely and had no sources for furnishing his finances. His annual earning from playing professional tournaments has now settled at the upper tier of 332k dollars annually.
Nathan Aspinall is on Twitter with over 43.4K followers. His user name is @NathanAspi.