Max Hopp

Max Hopp (born 20 August 1996 in Idstein, Germany) is a professional German dart player. He is known for his determination and technical skills in the world of darts. Hopp started playing darts at a young age and made his debut in the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) in 2012.

Hopp was soon nicknamed “The Maximiser” because of his impressive performances at the dartboard. In 2015, he won the PDC World Youth Championship, confirming his potential as a future star of darts.

His first major senior success came in 2018, when Hopp won the German Darts Open, a tournament on the PDC European Tour. He beat the likes of former world champion Rob Cross and Scottish darter Peter Wright en route to the title, becoming the first German player to win a PDC European Tour tournament, by beating current world champion Michael Smith in the final.

Max Hopp has also represented Germany at the PDC World Cup of Darts, along with several teammates over the years. He achieved his best result in 2017, when he reached the quarter-finals with Martin Schindler.

He continues to develop as a darter and is determined to further promote the sport in Germany and beyond.