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Andree Welge was born on 6 May, 1972 in Bremen, Germany, is a German darts player. Discover Andree Welge's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 48 years old?
|Age||49 years old|
|Born||6 May 1972|
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Andree Welge Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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In 2015, Welge attempted to qualify for four European Tour events and was successful at the German Darts Masters, but lost 6–2 to Jamie Bain in the opening round. The following year he qualified for the Dutch Darts Masters and European Darts Matchplay and was eliminated at the first round stage of both.
Welge qualified for the 2014 World Championship by beating Maik Langendorf 10–7 in the final of the German Qualifier, but lost 4–1 to Julio Barbero in the preliminary round. Welge and Artut were beaten 5–3 by South Africa in the first round of the World Cup of Darts. Welge qualified for the German Darts Masters but lost 6–1 to Jani Haavisto in the opening round and was knocked out in the semi-finals of the World Championship Qualifier 8–4 by Sascha Stein.
Welge won the Bild Superdarter, the biggest darts event ever held in Germany with thousands of players competing in best of three leg matches. He beat Tomas Seyler in the final to win the €100,000 first prize and his place in the 2013 World Championship. Welge played Leung Chen Nam of Hong Kong in the preliminary round and lost 1–4 as he hit just 10% of his doubles, with an average of 76.70.
Welge entered 2013 ranked world number 74, outside of the top 64 who retain their places on the PDC tour. Therefore, he played in the Q School in an attempt to win a tour card for 2013 and 2014 and succeeded on the third day, defeating 2008 World Championship finalist Kirk Shepherd 6–3 in his final match. He played in his second World Cup of Darts in February with Jyhan Artut and they qualified from Group F with 5–3 wins over Finland and the USA. The home nation then saw off Poland 5–2 and then played the Finnish duo of Jani Haavisto and Jarkko Komula in the quarter-finals. Artut beat Haavisto, but Welge lost to Komula 4–2 meaning that a doubles match was required to settle the tie. Germany came from 3–1 down to level at 3–3 but lost the deciding leg to exit the tournament.
In June 2012, he earned a place in the European Tour Event 2 in Berlin by defeating Andreas Krockel and Matheus Ziolkowski in the Home Nation Qualifier. Welge played Paul Nicholson in the first round and lost 3–6. He again came through the Home Nation Qualifier to reach the fourth European Tour Event and played Mark Webster in the first round in Stuttgart. There he beat the former world champion 6–4, despite Webster hitting a nine-dart finish in the opening leg and leading 4–2. Welge continued his run with a 6–4 win over Brendan Dolan in round two, to set up a last 16 encounter with Raymond van Barneveld, which he lost 2–6. In a copy of this, two weeks later at the European Championship he beat Webster 6–4 in the first round and once again faced Dolan in round two. However, this time he was beaten 5–10.
He made his World Championship debut in the 2002 BDO World Darts Championship where he lost in the first round 3–2 to Eric Clarys. Welge made his PDC debut in the 2006 PDC World Darts Championship, where he was defeated 3–0 by Alan Warriner-Little in the first round. Four years later, he qualified for the 2010 PDC World Darts Championship, but was beaten 3–0 by Mark Dudbridge in the first round. In the 2011 PDC World Darts Championship he was close to beating Colin Lloyd in the first round, having three matchdarts, but ultimately lost 3–2.
Andree Welge (born 6 May 1972) is a former German professional darts player.