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WDF Ranking & Tournaments

September 2021 Review – Catalonia, Russia, USA and Australia

Brian Raman and Deta Hedman booked their Lakeside spots and several players strengthened their grips on regional ranking tables during a packed September that saw eight ranking events take place across five different countries. Andrew Sinclair recaps the action.
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Raman and Hedman claim Lakeside spots at 2021 England Open

Coming into the 2021 England Open weekend, the biggest story was that this year’s tournaments, the first WDF-ranked competitions to take place in the UK for 18 months, boasted record numbers for England Darts Organisation events run in September.
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WDF World Masters Postponed Until December 2022

It is with great regret that the WDF have to announce that the WDF World Masters, planned to be held for the first time in Assen, the Netherlands in December 2021 is to be postponed for 12 months.
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August 2021 Review – New Zealand & Russia

August is traditionally the quietest month in the WDF calendar, and this year was no different, but some great darts were still thrown at opens in New Zealand and Russia that have affected the regional ranking tables ahead of 2021’s packed conclusion. Andrew Sinclair recaps the action.
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2021 WDF World Masters, plus Lakeside Qualifiers and World Open

The World Darts Federation and Nederlandse Darts Bond are happy to announce further details for the WDF World Masters, staged at the Bonte Wever in Assen from Thursday 2nd December. The new World Open has been introduced to what is sure to be a fiveday festival of darts, with the Lakeside WDF World Championship qualification tournament taking place on Monday 6th December.
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July 2021 Review – New Zealand, USA, Slovenia & Serbia

After the long-awaited return of ranking events last month (see June review HERE), the World Darts Federation tour continued in July with four more opens in four different countries, including a nation running an event for the very first time. Andrew Sinclair recaps all the action.
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