Luke Humphries is a professional darts player from England who competes in competitions organized by the Professional Darts Corporation. He took home the PDC World Youth Championship in 2019.
Luke Humphries' Weight Loss
Luke, age 26, began to focus on his health by adopting a new fit and sound way of life in order to aid his work reach the pinnacle of the dart world.
He discovered this year that his new efforts to eat better and exercise more consistently have a significant impact on his darts match-up, and he believes it will simply help him with working shortly.
Really working hard towards the new darting season in a few weeks! Lost over 2 stone since Christmas.. on reflection big changes were needed to myself to get to that next level in my career! I’m practising harder than I ever have.. Hoping the rewards will pay of this year! 🙌🏻🎯 pic.twitter.com/VUsf7Ut7RY — Luke Humphries (@lukeh180) February 13, 2021
He benefited from the hard effort he put in during lockdown, and it may help him progress as a player in the future.
Is Luke Humphries Married? Who is his Wife?
Luke Humphries is currently in a relationship with a woman named Kayley Jones.
She only has 393 Instagram followers, but she has a lot of content on her account. Kaylay also has a daughter named Gracie, and she often posts pictures of the little girl with loving captions.
Both Luke and his girlfriend post pictures together on their respective social media accounts.
Despite the fact that the details of their relationship are kept private, it is safe to conclude that they have been dating for more than two years.
Luke Humphries Net Worth And Salary
While it's difficult to estimate Luke's exact net worth, it's estimated that he had total assets of between $1 million and $4 million at the height of his career.
His entire earnings, profit, and fortune have come from his successful career as a professional darts player.
Brief Look at Luke Humphries’ Career
Humphries topped the Order of Merit in 2017 with five Development Tour titles, and he went on to make his Alexandra Palace debut at the 2017/18 World Championship, as well as winning his Tour Card for the 2018 and 2019 seasons.
The Newbury man became the first player to win the Order of Merit for two years in a row on the Development Tour, while his impressive ProTour success qualified him for a second World Championship.
There, he defeated Adam Hunt, Stephen Bunting, and Dimitri Van den Bergh before winning the biggest win of his career in the last 16, ending Rob Cross' tenure as World Champion, before falling in the quarter-finals to Michael Smith.
Following Gary Anderson's resignation from the 2019 Premier League, Humphries was selected as one of nine Contenders to replace him, drawing 6-6 with Gerwyn Price in a high-quality game in Exeter.