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
With restrictions in place worldwide due to the COVID-19 pandemic, inevitably there have been a number of WDF event cancellations and postponements.
With a rare break in the WDF calendar this weekend, we can take time to reflect on what has been a hectic first two months on the circuit, as the brand new 2020 WDF ranking system begins to take shape. The hard work continues in establishing two brand new major
The World Darts Federation is delighted to announce our intentions for the 2020 season and a brand new world ranking structure. The WDF are fully committed to establishing two new major tournaments within the next 12 months.
The World Darts Federation would like to make our member countries and their players aware that we are currently revising our senior rankings criteria, so to launch a brand new system for 2020.