2020 began with the launch of a new World Darts Federation rankings system, before mid-March saw the Covid-19 global pandemic bring the sport of darts to a halt. Play may have stopped, but the hard work continues in collaboration with our member nations to finalise a definitive WDF rankings structure for 2021.
On behalf of the World Darts Federation, we hope that players, officials and supporters are staying safe and keeping well during this time. We began 2020 full of optimism and by making our intentions clear. Our aim was to revamp the world ranking system and to implement the running of
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Following consultation between the WDF Executive and the respective host nations, the decision has been made to cancel the WDF Americas Cup, Asia/Pacific Cup and Europe Cup for 2020.
With all things considered in relation to the current global COVID-19 pandemic, it has been decided that the WDF Europe Cup Youth tournament, originally scheduled for 8-12 July 2020 in Hungary is to be cancelled.
The WDF is pleased to announce the appointment of Nick Rolls as the WDF Secretary General.
With restrictions in place worldwide due to the COVID-19 pandemic, inevitably there have been a number of WDF event cancellations and postponements.
Isle of Man Masters with 282 men and 74 women. Isle of Man Open with 365 men and 94 women and 13 youth (boys and girls). Both tournaments was played in Douglas, Isle of Man 13-15/03/2020. Organiser England Darts Organisation. WDF Tables updated with these results 18/03/2020.
West Coast Classic was played 14-15/03/2020 in Australia with 53 men, 23 women, 8 boys and 8 girls WDF Tables updated with these results 18/03/2020.
Hub City Open was played 13-15/03/2019 in Shediac, New Brunswick, Canada with 49 men and 37 women. WDF Tables updated with these results 18/03/2020.