Darts Player

James Wade

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Age 40
Birthday April 61983
Birth Sign Aries
City England
Country England
Profession Darts Player

James Wade is a famous Darts Player, born on April 6, 1983 in United Kingdom. As of December 2022, James Wade’s net worth is $3 Million. He won the World Grand Prix in 2007 and 2010.

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Spouse Edwige Lawson-Wade (m. 2003)
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James Wade Biography

Champion professional darts player who became the youngest player to win the World Matchplay tournament at the age of 24 in 2007. James Wade (born 6 April 1983 in Aldershot, Hampshire) is an English professional darts player, currently playing in the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC). He became the youngest player to win a major PDC title at the World Matchplay in 2007, at the age of 24. This record was broken when Michael van Gerwen won the 2012 World Grand Prix at the age of 23..

He had a long relationship with Helen Chamberlain .

Wade first took playing darts seriously at the age of 14 and won the Basingstoke Open, his first competitive event and went on to compete for England at youth level. He reached the final of the British Classic in 2001 at the age of 18, losing to John Walton and the following year he won the Swiss Open. Wade made his television debut at the 2003 BDO World Championship, but lost 2–3 in the first round to Dennis Harbour having missed eight darts to win the match in the fourth set. In other BDO Open events during 2003, he reached the Norway Open final, Belgian Open semi-finals and Dutch Open quarter-finals.

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Wade started his career in the British Darts Organisation (BDO) in 2001 before joining the Professional Dart Corporation (PDC) in 2004. His best performance in a major BDO tournament came at the International Darts League in 2004 and 2007, reaching the quarter finals on both occasions.

James Wade Net Worth

James Wade is one of the richest Darts Player & listed on most popular Darts Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, James Wade‘s net worth $3 Million.

Net Worth $3 Million
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Source of Income Darts Player
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House Living in own house.

He began his professional career in 2001, at age twenty-one.

Wade started his career in the British Darts Organisation (BDO) in 2001 before joining the Professional Dart Corporation (PDC) in 2004. His best performance in a major BDO tournament came at the International Darts League in 2004 and 2007, reaching the quarter finals on both occasions.

In May 2004, Wade took the decision to forfeit his automatic place in the 2004 World Darts Trophy and 2005 BDO World Championship to join the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC). His first PDC major was the 2004 UK Open, where he was edged out 8–7 in the fourth round by Colin Lloyd. He came through the World Championship Qualifiers to make his PDC World Darts Championship debut in 2005, losing 3–0 in the first round to Mark Holden. Wade bounced back from this to win the Irish Masters and moved closer to the top 32 in the world for the first time. He lost 11–4 to Peter Manley in the last 16 of the UK Open and 3–1 against Roland Scholten in the last 16 of the Las Vegas Desert Classic (after beating the experienced Ronnie Baxter in the prior round). In his second World Championship appearance he lost again in the first round, this time 3–2 to Wayne Jones, despite having won the first six legs for a two-set lead.

At the 2004 BDO World Championship, he beat Shaun Greatbatch 3–0 in the first round, before losing to Darryl Fitton. Later in 2004, he reached a series of quarter-finals including the German Open, the Isle of Man Open and the prestigious International Darts League in May – which was his last tournament as a BDO affiliated player.

Who is James Wade dating?

According to our records, James Wade married to Edwige Lawson-Wade (m. 2003). As of May 2022, James Wade’s is not dating anyone.

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Whilst it is somewhat traditional for a darts player to adopt a sobriquet, Wade has adopted several in his career so far. His first nickname, The Gladiator, was used during his breakthrough year of 2006. His nickname was changed following his nine-dart exploits that year to 009 – a take on James Bond’s 007. The 009 nickname was used from December 2006 to October 2007.

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Facts & Trivia

Ranked on the list of most popular Darts Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United Kingdom. James Wade celebrates birthday on April 6 of every year.

He became the first player to hit three tournament nine-dart finishes in a calendar year during 2006. They came at the North-West UK Open Regional Final in March, the PDPA Players Championship at Hayling Island in June and he completed his hat-trick at the Vauxhall Men’s Open in November. None of these achievements were in televised competitions.

Is James Wade related to Dwayne Wade?

He is married to Edwige Lawson-Wade, an Olympian Silver Medalist and professional basketball player. They have a son James “Jet” Wade III. On February 2, 2021 on TNT, retired NBA player Dwyane Wade stated that he and James are cousins.

Who is James Wade’s wife?

Sammi Marsh

Is James Wade still with Helen Chamberlain?

Despite his cryptic statement, Wade was in fact dating his “more famous” partner Chamberlain, and they were a couple until their 2010 split. After the separation Wade suffered a dip in form and mental health issues.

What happened to James Wade?

James Wade has been ruled out of competing in the Cazoo Premier League in Sheffield on Thursday after spending three nights in hospital. The ‘Machine’ was taken ill at the European Open in Leverkusen at the weekend, suffering from palpitations, dizziness and nausea.

How many children has James Wade got?

On Sunday morning, Wade, 39, took to Twitter to reveal his good news. He and wife Sammi Marsh had welcomed a second son into the world last Thursday, and ‘The Machine’ posted a photo of older son Arthur next to the new addition.

Wade hit two nine-dart finishes in the early part of 2006, but when he was defeated in the qualifiers for the Las Vegas Desert Classic he decided to give up his job as a mechanic and become a full-time darts professional. The results of this were evident almost immediately as he made his major breakthrough on television during the 2006 World Matchplay in July. He sensationally reached the final, seeing off four experienced players in his first ever appearance at the Winter Gardens. Wade beat Denis Ovens in the first round 10–1, having had darts to make it a 10–0 whitewash, 2004 World Championship finalist Kevin Painter 13–9 in the second round, ending one leg with two double 20’s to cause a minor controversy, and beat Chris Mason 16–4 in his quarter-final. In the semi-finals he came back from 1–5 down to beat Roland Scholten 19–17 in extra legs, as a player is required to win the match by two clear legs in the Matchplay. In the final he played Phil Taylor but despite being 8–5 up, he lost 18–11. In the rest of 2006 in the non-televised events he reached three semi-finals and a final, before he won the Vauxhall Men’s Singles by defeating Ronnie Baxter 5–3 in the final, having hit his third nine-darter of the year in the semi-finals of the event.

Wade came within one dart of achieving the first ever nine-darter with a double start at the 2007 World Grand Prix in Dublin. In the semi-final against van Barneveld he hit double top to open the leg, then six treble 20s, treble 17 then missed a bullseye for a unique nine-darter.

In November 2007, during the 2007 Grand Slam of Darts – Wade introduced himself on a television promo as having “no nickname”. In December 2007, following a competition which invited fans to provide him with a new nickname, Wade briefly became known as Spectacular, a play on the fact that Wade is one of the few players who wears spectacles when he plays. He was briefly known as The Wingman . He cited his dislike for the insinuations the name lead to and fans asking him to make social appearances after matches. For his Premier League debut in January 2008, Wade unveiled another nickname – The Machine, which he has used ever since.

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