Approved Garages, network of trusted, vetted garages, have caught up with Adrian Lewis after the game in Bournemouth…
Past week 12 now and we want to know how you think you’re getting on in the Premier League?
I'm still right in there for a place in the play-offs. A couple of results here and there haven’t quite gone my way but I feel like I’m playing well and confident I can make it to the O2 this time.
Does the Premier League interfere with your private life?
Of course it can be difficult at times but we’re lucky to do what we do and have the opportunities that this sport has given us.
Tell us about your chosen darts? Why do you use them?
I’m very happy with my darts, the guys at Target are superb. You’ve got to feel comfortable with your setup.
Have we seen the best of Adrian Lewis? Or have you reserved a few tricks for later on?
The level of darts that everyone is playing these days is so high now, you always have to find new ways of winning and improving what you previously thought was your best.
How does it feel when you win a game? What goes through your mind?
Winning is the best feeling in the world. We are involved in the sport to win and when you do that there is nothing better.
Do you meditate? Or practice any techniques for relaxing when you are feeling highly stressed?
Not really, sometimes you have to take a step back and take a breath in high pressure situations but spending time with family is what relaxes me.
How do you deal with losses?
You have to learn from your defeats. You believe you can win every match but when it doesn’t happen you have to try and come back stronger next time.
Do you think you’ll be crowned winner of Betway Premier League Darts 2016?
I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t think I could win it.
Going forward what’s the plan for the rest of 2016?
I know it’s an obvious answer but it’s just to win as much as I can. I know I’ve got the ability so it’s just a case of putting the work in and trying to get the results. I’d love to be World Champion again.
What do you think you’d do after you retire?
Haha I’m only 31. Plenty of time before I have to worry about that.
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