TONI ALCINAS has been one of the leading figures in Spanish darts for almost a decade, and has competed in PDC events since 2010.
Alcinas made his name in the PDC at the 2010 World Cup of Darts, teaming up with Carlos Rodríguez to sensationally knock out top seeds England in the second round, before eventually going down to the Netherlands in the semi-finals.
Toni has since been ever-present for his country in the World Cup of Darts and has competed at Alexandra Palace in four World Championships.
Following his World Championship debut at the 2010/11 event, the Spaniard went on to reach the final of a ProTour event in January 2011 and played on the PDC tour until December 2014 when he lost his Tour Card.
After two seasons spent on the Challenge Tour, Alcinas won back his place on the professional circuit in January 2017 and went on to reach the last 16 of the 2017/18 World Darts Championship, seeing off World Cup partner Cristo Reyes 3-1 before victory over Kevin Münch 4-1 sent him into the last 16, where he lost 4-0 to Darren Webster.
At the 2018/19 World Championship Alcinas stunned Peter Wright with a 3-1 in the second round, before going down 4-2 to Benito van de Pas in the last 32.
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