Adrian Lewis, a darts player, revealed his wife Sarah’s sickness in September 2023.
Here’s what we know about Lewis’ wife and what he’s said about her.
Who is Adrian Lewis’ wife?
Adrian Lewis has a wife named Sarah.
The pair, who have two children together, married in 2012 after dating in their earlier years.
What illness does Adrian Lewis’ wife have?
Lewis has not stated the nature of his wife’s ailment as of September 2023.
However, the darts champion has spoken about his wife’s health issues.Lewis claimed in April 2016 that he was “playing through heartache” as Sarah battled kidney difficulties.
At the time Lewis said: “I’ve got a lot of personal problems right now. My wife Sarah has been in and out of hospital for 18 months.
“She’s been back in with serious kidney problems over the past few weeks.
“I’m very worried about her. I don’t want to go into any further detail, but it’s very hard at the minute. That puts a fair bit of pressure on my home life.
”I’m looking after the kids full-time and juggling that with my darts.
”It’s very difficult to concentrate knowing Sarah is not well.”
What has Adrian Lewis said about his wife’s illness?
After taking an indefinite vacation from the sport, the darts player addressed his wife’s health once more in September 2023.
As he dealt with different family concerns, including caring for Sarah, his form deteriorated and his global ranking began to fall.
In his first interview of the year, Lewis told SunSport at a Target Darts launch, “I think I just needed a freshening up after 20 years of playing darts.”
“I think I was getting a bit stale. The buzz wasn’t there.
“My wife hasn’t been very well. So I’ve been in hospital with her a lot of time. We’re trying to balance everything at home.
“On the oche, it was just that I didn’t want to be there. My mind wasn’t there. My mind wasn’t on the darts.
“I didn’t think it was fair if I kept turning up when someone else could have had the spot.”
When did Adrian Lewis begin his darts career?
Lewis had a great darts career that began at the age of 18 – when he won the 2003 British Teenage Open – before declaring that he would be taking a break from the oche.
He later joined the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) after beginning his professional career with the British Darts Organisation (BDO).