Damon Heta is married to his wife named Meghan Heta. When his wife supports him to achieve his dream what more does the player needs?
Damon Heta is an Australian professional darts player. He plays in Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) events. His nickname is ‘The Heat’, play on words with his surname.
Heta said, “I’ve got everything to gain” on his hopes for the championship upon winning the second match against Luke Woodhouse, challenges faced earlier, and his hopes for the future.
Darts: Damon Heta Wife Meghan Heta. Who Is She?
Damon Heta is happily married to Meghan Heta. Diggin her Facebook, it is found that they are married on October 30, 2014. They reside in Perth, Western Australia.
He admires her and is grateful that she and her family sacrificed their lives back home to be with him in his dream. Damon said that she always keeps it real and keeps him motivated.
Heta is successful and focused in his career. Some of his titles achieved Down Under are the 2011 Pacific Masters, the 2014 DPA Australian Singles, the 2015 West Coast Classic.
And the 2016 DPA Australian Open. Heta was born on 10 August 1987 in Perth, Australia to his parents. The 34 years old player stands 6 feet tall but, his weight is not revealed.
Know Daman Heta Family And Net Worth Details
Daman Heta has an estimated net worth is $1.5 million. His other materialistic assets are not revealed. His salary is not revealed and must be under review.
Heta has not spoken about his parents and siblings. There is no information available on his personal life. He must be keeping his personal life behind the spotlight.
The player holds an Australian nationality, however, his ethnicity is not known. His primary source of income is from his games, moreover, it is not known if he is involved in other business.
More on Daman Heta - Wikipedia Bio
Daman Heta has mainly played on the Dart players Australia (DPA) Tour. In 2019, he won the Brisbane Darts Masters. His big exposure was qualifying for the 2014 Sydney Darts Masters.
Second game tonight 🔥 https://t.co/Fr4ePhpqbL
— Damon Heta (@DamonHeta180) December 28, 2021
On 19 January 2020, Heta won a two-year PDC Tour Card by finishing fourth on the UK Q School Order of Merit. Heta will be playing on the ProTour in 2020 and 2021.
He won the first PDC ranking event at the PDC Autumn Series in Niedernhausen, beating Joe Cullen 8-4 in the final. He is featured on Wikipedia where his professional career is shared.