FLAMBOYANT, heavy-scoring and entertaining, Adrian has established himself amongst the sport’s leading stars over the past decade since emerging as a teenage prodigy.
A former practice partner of another Stoke ace, Phil Taylor, when he first broke through, Lewis has since developed a thrilling on-stage rivalry with darts’ greatest-ever player during his own rise to the top of the game, as well as a partnership which yielded four PDC World Cup of Darts titles from 2012-2016.
Lewis’ first ranking title came in 2004 and seven more PDC wins would follow before he finally tasted glory in a televised event - but Lewis did it in typical style with a stunning nine-darter as he defeated Gary Anderson in the 2011 World Championship final.
Anderson would gain revenge in the Premier League final four months later, but Lewis went on to become only the third player in the sport's history to successfully defend their first World Championship when he overcame Andy Hamilton at Alexandra Palace in 2012.
A third TV title followed at the 2013 European Championship before he was crowned as the UK Open champion in March 2014.
Lewis went on to reach the final at the Players Championship Finals in November 2014, losing out to Anderson to match appearance sin the 2010 World Grand Prix and 2013 Masters finals, where James Wade and Taylor denied him other big titles.
Also a two-time semi-finalist in the Grand Slam of Darts, his 2013 defeat to Taylor in Wolverhampton saw Lewis hit 18 maximum 180s and averaged 110.99 in one of the greatest individual displays ever seen.
Lewis achieved a further piece of history at the 2015 World Championship with another brilliant nine-dart finish, although the perfect leg came in a defeat to Raymond van Barneveld at Alexandra Palace.
He went on to win one UK Open Qualifier and two Players Championships before reclaiming the World Cup of Darts title alongside Taylor in June 2015, defeating Scottish duo Anderson and Peter Wright in the final.
Lewis then followed up a run to the Sydney Darts Masters final by claiming the inaugural Auckland Darts Masters title, edging out Taylor in the semi-finals and Van Barneveld in a thrilling final.
Lewis then reached further finals at the 2015 Players Championship Finals - where Michael van Gerwen took victory - and in his bid to win a third World Championship title, where Anderson would deny him in the decider at Alexandra Palace.
A UK Open Qualifier win was followed by a nine-dart finish against Wade in the 2016 Premier League in Belfast before he reached the semi-finals of that event, while a fourth World Cup title was followed by Lewis reaching the final in his defence of the Auckland Darts Masters crown only to be denied by Anderson.
Semi-Final appearances in the 2016 World Matchplay and 2017 Masters followed before Lewis landed another nine-darter in the Premier League, this time against Van Barneveld in Liverpool, to follow another Players Championship win.
Lewis reached the semi-finals of the 2017 World Cup of Darts alongside Dave Chisnall before making the final four at the World Matchplay later in the year.
In March 2019, Lewis claimed his first title in almost two years, defeating Raymond van Barneveld 8-3 in the final of Players Championship 8 to rack up the 25th PDC title of his career.
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