Mikuru Suzuki was a big outsider at the start of the Ladies World Championship, but she became the first Asian Steel Tip world champion without dropping a set.
Glen Durrant got his PDC career off to the perfect start by winning a Pro Tour event and reaching the final of another in February 2019.
Nathan Aspinall won his first major TV title by winning the UK Open in March 2019
James Wade won 3 Players Championships in April 2019 including a double over one weekend.
Ian White won 2 European Tour Events and made the final of another in May 2019. He moved into the top 10 in the world.
Jamie Hughes won his first PDC title by taking the Czech Open in June 2019.
Peter Wright had a fantastic month taking 3 PDC titles in a row with a lot of 100+ averages along the way.
Damon Heta became one of the most surprising winners of a PDC tournament by taking the Brisbane Masters in August 2019.
Jose de Sousa
Jose de Sousa became the first player from Portugal to win a PDC ranking event when he took a players championship title in September 2019
John O Shea
John O Shea was the surprise winner of the World Masters in October 2019
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