MODUS are delighted to represent more exciting talent in the form of the two highest ranked players in Spain, Antonio Alcinas and Carlos Rodriguez.
The pair have enjoyed successful careers in the PDC so far and have both defeated some highly ranked opponents over the last few years.
Their most notable scalp came when they joined forces to represent their country in the inaugural World Cup of Darts in 2010, where they beat an England team containing the two highest ranked players in the world. They went on to reach the semi-finals of the competition.
Spanish number one Alcinas has been playing his trade in the PDC since 2010 and has already appeared in eight major tournaments.
His most recent televised appearance came in the 2012 World Championship, where he was unlucky to lose to eventual runner up Andy Hamilton after posting the third highest average of the first round.
The 32 year old, who is nicknamed El Dartador, is also an established soft-tip darts player and he won the 2010 Soft-Tip World Championship.
He said: “I want to thank MODUS for trusting me, and helping me in my professional darts career. I will give the best I have and I hope I won’t disappoint them. Once again thank you MODUS and I hope this will be the beginning of a long and successful relationship together, starting in Benidorm.”
Rodriguez, who is nicknamed The Assassin, joined the PDC in 2007 and has appeared at six televised majors.
The Spanish number two, who is the same age as his compatriot, triumphed at the 2007 Gibraltar Open.
Rodriguez said: “I am very happy with signing for MODUS. I appreciate all the support and trust they have placed in me, enabling me to fulfil my dream as a full time professional darts player. This is a great opportunity to be among the best players in the world and the best dart managing company. I can assure you that it is an opportunity that I will not miss.”
Alcinas and Rodriguez will be in action at the Players Championship in Benidorm this weekend and will once again form the Spanish team for the 2012 World Cup, which takes place next week.
MODUS are excited at the prospect of working with both players as the PDC continues to expand across Europe.
By Chris Murphy