Lisa Ashton and Mikuru Suzuki handed BDO places at Grand Slam of Darts

Theres no location for Leighton Bennett although lisa Ashton and womens world champion Mikuru Suzuki are one of the eight BDO names that will feature in the Grand Slam of Darts.
Speculation has been rife about who will attribute for the BDO at the annual tournament which features the finest of this organisation alongside 24 PDC professionals.
The inclusion of Ashton and Suzuki would be the headline-setter after the BDO confirmed their agents but the lack of BDO world youth champion Bennett, who had been under serious thought given his form, will be a disappointment to many.
Sixteen-time World Champion Phil Taylor was one of the titles but finally the players age and the issues surrounding him as a kid in an adult athletic environment has meant he will not feature.
Ashton and Suzuki will probably be among the names after the eight names were ratified from the PDC that chase one of two eligibility areas for this years PDC World Championship and both will be in the Grand Slam.
Japanese sensation Suzuki has enjoyed a stellar year having won her first world title at Lakeside with a win over Lorraine Winstanley while Ashton made her debut at Alexandra Palace this past year, shooting a set off Jan Dekker before ultimately falling to a 3-1 defeat in the first round.
Over those eight names are selected, the standards was unclear amid a year of doubt.
A new chairman in Des Jacklin was declared , the dominating BDO world champion Glen Durrant won his PDC Tour card at along with also the place because of the World Championships has been switched in the Lakeside in Frimley Green.
Together with four conscientious qualifiers from their rankings, the BDO is believed to be using wildcards that is how Sky Sports knows Ashton and Suzuki have been picked.
Three-time BDO world champion Durrant has been verified alongside Jim Williams and Wesley Harms as a BDO representative. Richard Veenstra, Dave Parletti and Wayne Warren will all make their Grand Slam debuts next month.
Boom Boom Bennett is the discussion of planet darts and claimed the BDOs World Youth Championship in January. Hes been competing in the circuit this season procuring a debut and his absence will be a disappointment to many who had been expecting to watch him compete.
The 24-player PDC line-up is going to be finalised though a final qualification tournament will give the final eight places if the 16 automatic qualifiers will fasten their place the European Championship and the World Series Finals offer players a further chance.
Eight of the worlds top 10 players have secured their place, headlined by defending world champion Michael van Gerwen champion Gerwyn Price and World Matchplay winner Rob Cross.
Coverage of this Grand Slam of Darts from Aldersley Leisure Village in Wolverhampton gets underway Saturday November 9 and continues through to the final on Sunday November 17.

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