Corey Cadby has been forced to retire from the Auckland Darts Masters thanks to an ongoing issue with his visa, the same issues that have been a problem for Cadby since his debut this season.
Cadby, whose appearance is the first since in a PDC event since he reached the UK Open final during his debut in the tournament, has yet to receive his visa. The visa in question would allow Cadby to travel to the UK, but competitor has been facing similar problems while trying to get into New Zealand.
Cadby has told reporters that his current visa problems have been a huge source of frustration for both him and his team, and that he hopes that the issues will be resolved soon. Since his absence, he has been gathering up the DPA events, and hit a nine darter to claim an event win.
Cadby will be replaced by colleague Ben Robb, who is currently the third-placed player on the DartPlayers rankings in New Zealand. Robb is set to make his first debut on TV, and has had a good season so far, only losing in the finals to Warren Parry, Mark McGrath, and Haupai Puha in Auckland.
The upcoming events that will be taking place in both Melbourne and Brisbane should ease the problems for Cadby, as he is a resident of Australia, and will hopefully allow The King to take back his rankings before the season comes to an end this year.
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