Before World Darts Championship final, 16-year-old Luke Littler 'focused'

Luke Littler, unknown just weeks ago, is poised to win a historic World Darts Championship title. Since his tournament debut this year, the 16-year-old has become a global star by repeatedly defeating opponents with decades of expertise.

He meets fellow Englishman Luke Humphries in Wednesday's final, where he might become the youngest champion.

“I’ve got no words,” Littler told reporters after defeating former world champion Rob Cross in the semifinals on Tuesday.

Litter has had to swiftly adjust to the strain of being the man of the moment after his performances at this year's competition.

Avoid mentioning Littler on social media, who has captivated the audience with his laid-back demeanor and beautifully typical approach to life.

Littler's kebab celebrations have won over the public, and he seems to be handling it well. He told Sky Sports he would prepare for Wednesday's final as usual.

“I’ll continue. He suggested a ham and cheese omelette in the morning, pizza here, then board practice.

Darts fans knew Littler could play at this level, but few, even Littler, could have anticipated him being one win away from winning the trophy at this stage of his career.

Littler defeated Christian Kist in straight sets in the first round. It was stunning, but few imagined the world junior champion could maintain that level of darts throughout the tournament.

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