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WDF World Masters 2022 Boys – Qualifiers

Between 8-11 December 2022, the first edition of the WDF World Masters will be played in de Bonte Wever in Assen. Below is shown which boys have already (provisionally) qualified and how players still can qualify.

PLEASE NOTE: All players who qualify for the WDF World Masters according to the criteria below but turn 18 before 8 December 2022, must participate in the men’s tournament. This page is updated weekly with players who have qualified in the past week.

WDF-tournaments in 2022 (18)

The WDF circuit is divided into four types of tournaments; Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. The winners of the ‘Bronze’ and ‘Silver’ tournaments qualify for the World Masters, and so do the finalists of the ‘Gold’ and ‘Platinum’ tournaments. See below who qualified through this route in 2022.

Matyas Rejhon – Slovak Masters
Carson Buchmiller – Camellia Classic
Jim Fitzsimmons – Port City Open
Ricky Pickett-Jnr** – Western Australian Masters
Ty Allen** – NSW Great Lakes Open
Yorick Hofkens – International Youth Challenge
Charlie Large – World Championship
Jack Spencer** – Queensland Junior Open
Andrew Nielson** – Victoria Easter Classic
Logan Gilmour – Scottish Easter Singles
Quentin Glass – Swiss Open
Luis Breuer – Helvetia Open
Dylan van LieropDutch Open
Sydnee de Vries – Dutch Open
Terence Morton – Kyle Anderson Memorial
Zac Tabb** – Victoria Classic
Mitchell Galby** – Junior Pacific Masters
Enrico Frank** – Antwerp Open

WDF-tournaments in 2021 (16)

The WDF circuit is divided into four types of tournaments; Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. The winners of the ‘Bronze’ and ‘Silver’ tournaments qualify for the World Masters, and so do the finalists of the ‘Gold’ and ‘Platinum’ tournaments. See below who qualified through this route in 2021.

David Balogh – International Youth Challenge
Cayden Smith – Gibraltar Open
Kaden Anderson – Cherry Bomb International
Ryan Avellino – Charlotte Open
Andras Borbély – Apatin Open
Tinus van Tiel – Denmark Open
Nikolaj Jorgensen – Denmark Open
Nathan Osmond** – Klondike Open
Nikita Kozlov – Novgorod Cup
Sergey Zemtsov – Alexsander Kuchev Memorial
Adam Sepsi – Hungarian Classic
Matej Cverha – Hungarian Masters
Danis Gaisin – Young Stars of Darts
Egor Mitryukov – Young Stars of Darts
Adam Dee – Irish Open
Stephen Hayden** – Vasto Junior Masters

WDF-tournaments in 2020 (4)

The WDF circuit is divided into four types of tournaments; Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. The winners of the ‘Bronze’ and ‘Silver’ tournaments qualify for the World Masters, and so do the finalists of the ‘Gold’ and ‘Platinum’ tournaments. See below who qualified through this route in 2020.

Jaxson Danis – Snoflake Open
Ben-Knight Moreau** – Camellia Classic
Jayden Chiasson – Greater Vancouver Open
Luke Littler – Isle of Man Open

WDF-tournaments in 2019 (8)

The winners of all ranking tournaments between 1 September 2019 and 31 December 2019 have qualified for the WDF World Masters. See below which players have qualified in 2019.

Vladislav Kolomiychuck* – Omega Plaza Open
Sean Schofield** – Van Diemen Classic Youth
Hudson Nolan** – Australian Masters
Timur Tuchvatulin – Novgorod Cup
Rajmund Papp – Hungarian Masters
PJ Stewart – SeaCoast Open
Wing-Ho Wan** – Hong Kong Open
Ralfs Laumanis – Latvia Open

Top 32 WDF Ranking (8)

Players who, on the day of the cut-off (not yet known) have not qualified by reaching at least the final (Gold & Platinum) or have won a tournament (Bronze & Silver), but are in the top 32 of the ranking, also qualify for the World Masters. At the moment, those players are (provisional):

Tavis Dudeney (18-years-old)
Robin Stegler
Ondřej Skalický
Balazs Szotak
Roman Turov
Maksim Tylik
Ivan Bondarev
Sebastian Bech

Top 4 Regional Rankings

Players who are in the top 4 (excluding top 32 players) of the regional rankings (Australia, Canada, New Zealand and USA) on the day of the cut-off (not yet known), but who have not qualified through the above criteria, will also qualify for the World Masters. At the moment, those players are (provisional):

Australia (27 July 2022)
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Canada (27 July 2022)
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New Zealand (27 July 2022)
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USA (27 July 2022)
Seth Patenaude
Jeremy Demers
David Kramer

Top 8 National & Regional Rankings

Players who are in the top 8 (excluding top 32 players) of the regional rankings (Australia, Canada, New Zealand and USA) on the day of the cut-off (not yet known), but who have not qualified through the above criteria, will also qualify for the World Masters. At the moment, those players are (provisional):

UK/Ireland (27 July 2022)
Kieran Thompson
Archie Self
Calvin Gray
Travis Baur
Jenson Walker
Charlie Manby

East-Europe (27 July 2022)
Zoltan Polonyi
Almos Kovacs
Nandor Varju
Benedek Szabo
Peter Kelemen
Dominik Kocik
Ilias Tsalikis
Petr Hofman

North-Europe (27 July 2022)
Lukas Jensen
Jemmi Henningsen
Marius-Bo Nielsen
Mikkel Kimer-Rasmussen
Rasmus Byrgesen
Sebastian Lofgreen

West-Europe (27 July 2022)
Loris Schaub
Wolfgang Andrich
Enrico Frank
Damon Brouwers
Alexander Kaercher
Lars Graber

Asia (27 July 2022)
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WDF Europe Cup Youth 2019 (1)

The gold and silver medalists of the 2019 WDF Europe Cup Youth have also automatically qualified for the World Masters.

Leighton Bennett – Europe Cup Youth Singles (Gold)
Mitchell McCarthy – Europe Cup Youth Overall (Silver)

WDF Europe Cup Youth 2022 (5)

The gold and silver medalists of the 2022 WDF Europe Cup Youth have also automatically qualified for the World Masters.

Thomas Banks – Europe Cup Youth Pairs (Gold)
Sean McKeon – Europe Cup Youth Team (Silver)
Keanen Norris – Europe Cup Youth Team (Silver)
Robbie Curran – Europe Cup Youth Team (Silver)
Pim van Bijnen – Europe Cup Youth Overall (Silver)

Invitations

Each country that is a member of the WDF is allowed to give a certain number of invitations to players who have not yet qualified for the WDF World Masters. The number depends on the WDF Membership Level. See below how many invitations each country has.

England – 5
Germany – 5
Netherlands – 5
USA – 5
Australia – 3
India – 4
Austria – 3
Bahamas – 3
Belgium – 3
Canada – 3
Catalonia – 3
Croatia – 3
Cyprus – 3
Czech Republic – 3
Denmark – 3
Egypt – 3
Ethiopia – 3
Finland – 3
France – 3
Greece – 3
Hong Kong – 3
Hungary – 3
Iran – 3
Italy – 3
Japan – 3
Luxembourg – 3
Macau – 3
Malaysia – 3
Malta – 3
New Zealand – 3
Northern Ireland – 3
Norway – 3
Poland – 3
Republic of Ireland – 3
Russia – 3
South Africa – 3
Spain – 3
Sweden – 3
Switzerland – 3
Turkey – 3
Wales – 3
Barbados – 2
Brazil – 2
Brunei – 2
Bulgaria – 2
Chinese Taipei – 2
Estonia – 2
Faroe Islands – 2
Jason Segui – Gibraltar
Nico Bado – Gibraltar
Guernsey – 2
Iceland – 2
Isle of Man – 2
Jamaica – 2
Jersey – 2
Korea – 2
Latvia – 2
Lithuania – 2
Monaco – 2
Mongolia – 2
Pakistan – 2
Romania – 2
Scotland – 2
Serbia – 2
Singapore – 2
Slovakia – 2
Slovenia – 2
Thailand – 2
Trinidad & Tobago – 2
Turks & Caicos – 2
Ukraine – 2

*: Winner of a WDF ranking tournament in 2019, but has disappeared from the WDF calendar.

**: The age of the respective player is unknown. If the player would be 18-years-old or older, this player would have to participate in the men’s tournament. Do you know the age of a player? Mail the name and date of birth of the player to info@dartsactueel.nl.

This criteria was published in 2021 and there has been no second version since. We assume that the criteria will remain the same in 2022.

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