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WDF Ranking & Tournaments

July 2022 review - New Zealand, England, Japan, Serbia

Two players from New Zealand secured their places at the 2023 WDF World Championships during a busy July that also featured event double-headers with important ranking implications in England, Japan and Serbia. Andrew Sinclair recaps the action.
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June review - Australia, New Zealand, Romania, Canada, USA, Hungary

June was another busy month on the WDF circuit, headlined by the Dutch Open and the top players in Australia and New Zealand securing their places at August’s Australian Open. There was also further title success for Luke Littler and Beau Greaves as the tour made stops in Romania, Hungary, Canada and the USA. Andrew Sinclair recaps the action.
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Dutch Open glory for Klaasen and Greaves

Jelle Klaasen and Beau Greaves claimed the top titles as the Dutch Open, the world’s biggest open darts competition, took place for the first time in more than two years at De Bonte Wever in Assen this past weekend. Andrew Sinclair recaps the action.
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May and early June review - Switzerland, Japan, New Zealand and beyond

Ahead of this weekend’s Dutch Open, the second Platinum-graded event of the year, Andrew Sinclair recaps the action from May and the opening weekend of June.
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Welsh title hat-trick for Littler as Greaves wins again

One of the most popular events on the WDF calendar, the Welsh Open, took place this past weekend. Coming out of Prestatyn, the headlines were all about Luke Littler winning a trio of titles and sealing an automatic World Championship return and Beau Greaves coming through an absolute corker with Fallon Sherrock to win her third title of the year.
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March and April 2022 Review – Isle of Man, USA and beyond

The WDF tour has gotten up to full speed over the last couple of months with three Gold-graded events held in Europe, two more senior ranking tournaments in the USA, a first-ever trip to the Faroe Islands, season openers in Australia, Canada and Western Europe, and standalone youth showcases around the globe.
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