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WDF World Masters 2022 Men – 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 men have already (provisionally) qualified and how players still can qualify.

PLEASE NOTE: This page is updated weekly with players who have qualified in the past week.

WDF-tournaments in 2022 (52)

The WDF circuit is divided into four types of tournaments; Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. The winners of the ‘Bronze’ tournaments qualify for the World Masters, and so do the finalists of the ‘Silver’ tournaments. In the ‘Gold’ and ‘Platinum’ tournaments, 4 players qualify: the semi-finalists. See below who qualified through this route in 2022.

Jim Widmayer – Las Vegas Open
Gary Mawson – Las Vegas Open
Jeff Springer – Camellia Classic
Dustin Holt – Missouri St. Patrick’s Open
Brendan Porter – NSW Great Lakes Open
Ashley Hurrell – Isle of Man Open
Gary Robson – Isle of Man Open
Patrik Kovacs – Budapest Classic
Andras Borbely – Budapest Masters
Edwin Torbjörnsson – Torshavn Open
Henrik Sjoberg – Faroe Islands Open
Paul Marsh – Gibraltar Open
Sam Ballinger – Victoria Easter Classic
Ryan Murray – Scottish Open
Jamie Lewis – Scottish Open
James Beeton – Scottish Open
Gábor Tákacs – Iceland Open
Kiley Edmunds – Snoflake Open
Keith Way – Shediac Open
Larry Butler – Cleveland Extravaganza
Sebastian Bialecki – Denmark Open
Darren Johnson – Denmark Open
James Richardson – Denmark Masters
Jelle Klaasen – Denmark Masters
Graham Hall – Welsh Classic
Wes Newton – Welsh Open
Martyn Turner – Welsh Open
Jun Matsuda – West Japan Cup
Alexander Merkx – Lithuania Open
Ivo LeeksmaDutch Open
Jim Long – Canadian Open
Mal Cuming – Victoria Classic
David Pallett – England Open
Dean Biskupic – Apatin Open
Paul Lim – Bud Brick Memorial
Masumi Chino – Bud Brick Memorial
Mitsuhiko Tatsunami – Japan Open
John Hurring – New Zealand Open
Brian Corbett – New Zealand Open
Scott Hallett – Australian Open
Kay Smeets – Antwerp Open
Wesley Plaisier – Belgium Open
Johan van Velzen – Belgium Open
Johnny Tata – John Wilkie Memorial
Brandon Weening – Murray Bridge Classic
Patrick Maat – Catalonia Open
Steve Fitzpatrick – Tasmanian Darts Classic
Shane McGuirk – FCD Anniversary Open
John Matheson – North Queensland Classic
Gary Stone – British Classic
Reece Colley – British Open
Thomas Gregory – British Open

WDF-tournaments in 2021 (37)

The WDF circuit is divided into four types of tournaments; Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. The winners of the ‘Bronze’ tournaments qualify for the World Masters, and so do the finalists of the ‘Silver’ tournaments. In the ‘Gold’ and ‘Platinum’ tournaments, 4 players qualify: the semi-finalists. See below who qualified through this route in 2021.

Landon Gardiner – Canterbury Open
Gavin Smith – Gibraltar Open
Warren Parry – New Zealand Masters
Mark Cleaver – New Zealand Masters
Ben Robb – John Wilkie Memorial
Jimmy Samuels – John Wilkie Memorial
Benjamin Pratnemer – Slovenia Open
Haupai Puha – New Zealand Open
AJ Tekira – New Zealand Open
Andy Baetens – Catalonia Open
Ian Jones – England Open
Mark Blandford – England Open
Raymond Smith – North Queensland Classic
Donovan Lottering – North Queensland Classic
Aaron Turner – Denmark Open
Andreas Harrysson – Denmark Open
Richard Veenstra – Denmark Masters
Ricky Nauman – Denmark Masters
Shawn Burt – Klondike Open
Dawson Murschell – Klondike Open
Scott Marsh – British Open
Dave Prins – British Open
James Hurrell – Welsh Open
Danny Lauby – Virginia Beach Classic
Jim McEwan – British Classic
Rhys Hayden – British Classic
Mark Barilli – Hungarian Classic
Antony Allen – Hungarian Masters
John Desreumaux – Malta Open
John Scott – Malta Open
Shaun McDonald – Irish Classic
Luke Littler – Irish Open
Barry Copeland – Irish Open
Ben Hazel – Irish Open
Kevin Luke – Seacoast Open
Jason Brandon – Seacoast Open
David Fatum – Oregon Open

WDF-tournaments in 2020 (23)

The WDF circuit is divided into four types of tournaments; Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum. The winners of the ‘Bronze’ tournaments qualify for the World Masters, and so do the finalists of the ‘Silver’ tournaments. In the ‘Gold’ and ‘Platinum’ tournaments, 4 players qualify: the semi-finalists. See below who qualified through this route in 2020.

Chris Lim – Las Vegas Open
Keifer Durham – KW Tri City Open
Jim Edwards – Snowflake Open
Marti Santamaria – Romanian Classic
Laszlo Kadar – Romanian Open
Aaron Morrison – Victorian Classic
Páll Árni Pétursson – Reykjavik International Games
Wayne Warren – Dutch Open
Paul Hogan – Dutch Open
David Cameron – Quebec Open
Leonard Gates – Camellia Classic
Steve Hine – Scottish Open
Darren Beveridge – Scottish Open
Martin Adams – Scottish Open
Chris Landman – Slovak Open
Sebastian Steyer – Slovak Open
Rory Hansen – Greater Vancouver Open
Sean Smyth – Greater Vancouver Open
Nick Smith – Halifax Open
Michael Warburton – Isle of Man Open
Thibault Tricole – Isle of Man Masters
Neil Duff – Isle of Man Masters
Peter Machin – West Coast Classic

WDF-tournaments in 2019 (18)

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.

Carles Arola – FCD Anniversary Open
Tahuna Irwin – Taranaki Open
Justin Thompson – North Queensland Classic
Nick Kenny – Bruges Open
Oleksandr Mamyka – Kiev Masters
Dennie Olde Kalter – British Classic
Zulrizan Azdan – Malaysian Open
Yeng Chou – Taiwan Open
Emirhan Kan Gunduz – Turkish Open
Hosein Arabi Karasgani – Turkish Masters
Darren Herewini – Alan King Memorial
János Végso – Hungarian Classic
Gabrial Pascaru – Hungarian Masters
Kai Fan Leung – Hong Kong Open
Bruce Robbins – Colorado Open
Kwang-Hee Cho – Korea Open
Joe Davis – Malta Open
Tony Martin – Italian Open

Top 64 WDF Ranking (10)

Players who, on the day of the cut-off (not yet known), have not qualified by reaching at least the semi-finals (Gold & Platinum) or the final (Silver) of a tournament or have won a tournament (Bronze), but are in the top 64 of the ranking, also qualify for the World Masters. At the moment, those players are (provisional):

Moreno Blom
Jordan Brooks
David Kirwan
Mike Gillet
Mark Graham
Diogo Portela
Francesco Raschini
Greg Ritchie
Dave Parletti
Lee Shewan

Top 8 Regional Rankings

Players who are in the top 8 (excluding top 64 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 criteria listed above, will also qualify for the World Masters. At the moment, those players are (provisional):

Australia (19 September 2022)
Jeremy Fagg
Michael Cassar

Canada (19 September 2022)
Shaun Narain
John Norman Jnr
Steve Warnock
Noah Savard

New Zealand (19 September 2022)
Craig Caldwell
Brian Steed
Dean Reyland

USA (19 September 2022)
Kevin Yasenchak
Eric Gregory
Adam Sevada
Jacob Womack
Alex Spellman
Robbie Phillips

Top 16 National & Regional Rankings

Players who are in the top 16 (excluding top 64 players) of the regional rankings (UK/Ireland, East-Europe, North-Europe, West-Europe and Asia) on the day of the cut-off (not yet known), but have not qualified through the above criteria, will also qualify for the World Masters. At the moment, those players are (provisional):

UK/Ireland (19 September 2022)
Richie Parkin
Sam Cankett
Paul Mitchell
Ryan Hogarth
Martin Atkins
Terry Roach
Evander Stevenson
Martyn Moore
Callum Francis
Jenson Walker
Reece Robinson
Lee Williams

East-Europe (19 September 2022)
Eduard Szabo
József Rucska
Dejan Kovacevic
Nandor Bezzeg
Nandor Májor
Dragutin Pecnjak
Matyas Rejhon
Vitezslav Sedlak
Miroslav Petrov
Oliver Ferenc
Tasos Argy

North-Europe (19 September 2022)
Niels-Jörgen Hansen
Vitor Charrua
Brian Løkken
Viktor Tingström
Aleksandr Basharin
Matthías Örn Friðriksson
Alexey Nagovitsin
Gudjon Hauksson
Johan Engström
Mogens Christensen
Alexander Þorvaldsson
Allan Bak
Nicolai Olsen
Tobias Koehler
Dennis Demchuk

West-Europe (19 September 2022)
Ole Holtkamp
Andy Bless
Ivo Leeksma
Gian van Veen

Thomas Junghans
Ronny Huybrechts
Marcel Walpen
Tom van den Hoogen
Tonny Veenhof
Willem Mandigers

Martin Jongen

Asia (19 September 2022)
Ryuki Morikubo
Misao Ohashi
Nobuhiro Yamamoto
Ryuta Arihara
Shingo Enomata
Hiroto Ichimiya
Hisato Sotoosa
Tokuyo Takayama
Kazuya Uchida
Yuichirou Ogawa
Hajime Watanabe
Koji Odachi
Hironari Suzuki

WDF World Cup 2019 (7)

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

Daniel Day – World Cup Pairs (Silver)
Jeffrey Sparidaans – World Cup Pairs (Bronze)
Darren Bingham – World Cup Teams (Gold)
Arwyn Morris – World Cup Teams (Gold)
Hugo Leung – World Cup Teams (Silver)
Royden Lam – World Cup Teams (Silver)
Nigel Heydon – World Cup Teams (Bronze)

Former BDO World Champions (11)

The former BDO World Champions have automatically qualified for the WDF World Masters. See below which players have qualified. These are only players who do not currently have a tourcard or who have not yet qualified.

John Lowe
Keith Deller
Bob Anderson
Phil Taylor
Dennis Priestley
John Part
Les Wallace
John Walton
Tony David
Mark Webster
Christian Kist

Former World Masters champions (12)

The former World Masters champions have automatically qualified for the WDF World Masters. See below which players have qualified. These are only players who do not currently have a tour card or who have not yet qualified.

Ronnie Davis
Dave Whitcombe
Peter Evison
Rod Harrington
Erik Clarys
Colin Monk
Graham Hunt
Mark Dudbridge
Tony West
Robert Thornton
Martin Phillips
Adam Smith-Neale

Youth players 18 years or older (51)

Youth players who meet the qualification criteria for the boys, but turn 18 before 8 December (2022) qualify for the WDF World Masters for men. The same applies for the former BDO World Champions and World Masters winners for the youth. See below for which players this applies.

Shaun Lovett – World Masters 2013
Colin Roelofs – World Masters 2014
Justin van Tergouw – World Masters 2015
Joshua Richardson – World Championship Boys 2016
Nico Blom – World Masters 2017
Jurjen van der Velde – World Masters 2018
Damien Moore – Europe Cup Youth Team 2019
Dylan Slevin – Europe Cup Youth Team 2019
Killian Heffernan – Europe Cup Youth Team 2019
Marcel Bus – Europe Cup Youth Team 2019
Luke van der Kwast – Europe Cup Youth Team 2019
Beau Greaves – England Classic 2019
Nikita Soltys – Ukraine Open 2019
Luke Bottrell – SA Youth Masters 2019
Joey Lynaugh – Witch City Open 2019
Daan Bastiaansen – Bruges Open 2019
Vilem Sedivy – World Cup Mixed Pairs 2019
Nathan Girvan – World Cup Mixed Pairs 2019
Dominik Grüllich – World Cup Mixed Pairs 2019
Brad Phillips – World Cup Pairs 2019
Keelan Kay – World Cup Pairs 2019
Kyle Walker – World Cup Pairs 2019
Mehrdad Seyfi – World Cup Singles 2019
Shusaku Nakamura – World Cup Single 2019
Patrick Thorpe – Klondike Open 2019
Kevin Lasker – Next Talent of Darts 2019
Isa Furkan Cos – Turkish Open 2019
Ronan Miller – Colorado Open 2019
Tyrell Coppini – Great Lakes Open 2019
Zsombor Budavari – Hungarian Classic 2019
Thomas Houdek – Czech Open 2019
Bailey Marsh – Pacific Masters 2020
Mark Tabak – Dutch Open 2020
Péter Gévai – Slovak Masters 2020
Jayden Chiasson – Greater Vancouver Open 2020
Tyson Stow – Newcastle Classic 2020
Colby Dodge – Boys Invitation
Hayden Scott – Boys Invitation
Jackson Viccars – Boys Invitation
Alfie Thompson – Boys UK/Ireland Ranking 2021
Nathan Potter – Boys UK/Ireland Ranking 2021
Levente Sarai – Boys East-Europe Ranking 2021
Patrick Helfrich – Boys East-Europe Ranking 2021
Alex Mani Petursson – Boys Invitation
Ben McCaffery – Boys Invitation
Buster Graves – Boys USA Ranking 2021
Jacob Demers – Boys Invitation
Bill Gilla – Western Australian Masters 2022
Liam-Mändl Lawrance – International Youth Challenge 2022
Bradly Roes – World Championship Boys 2022
Jack Sheppard – John Wilkie Memorial 2022

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 of players depends on the WDF Membership Level, participation in the 2019 WDF World Cup and the organization of ranking tournaments in 2020-2022. For example; Netherlands has 40 invitations, 20 for 2021 and 20 for 2022. See below how many invitations each country has.

Netherlands – 40
England – 40
Germany – 30
Belgium – 16
Denmark – 16
Republic of Ireland – 16
Wales – 16
Scotland – 14
Spain – 14
Czech Republic – 12
Hungary – 12
Isle of Man – 12
Italy – 12
Japan – 12
Malta – 12
Sweden – 12
Australia – 10
Canada – 10
New Zealand – 10
Northern Ireland – 10
Switzerland – 10
USA – 10
Catalonia – 8
France – 8
Hong Kong – 8
India – 8
Luxembourg – 8
Poland – 8
Romania – 8
Slovakia – 8
Korea – 7
Malaysia – 7
Austria – 6
Croatia – 6
Cyprus – 6
Egypt – 6
Finland – 6
Greece – 6
Iceland – 6
Iran – 6
Norway – 6
Serbia – 6
South Africa – 6
Turkey – 6
Bahamas – 4
Ethiopia – 4
Faroe Islands – 4
Gibraltar – 4
Latvia – 4
Lithuania – 4
Macau – 4
Brazil – 3
Bulgaria – 3
Chinese Taipei – 3
Estonia – 3
Jersey – 3
Mongolia – 3
Pakistan – 3
Slovenia – 3
Trinidad & Tobago – 3
Turks & Caicos – 3
Ukraine – 3
Guernsey – 2
Jamaica – 2
Monaco – 2
Singapore – 2
Thailand – 2
Uganda – 2
Bahrain – 1
Cayman Islands – 1
Ghana – 1
Lichtenstein – 1
Palenstine – 1

Other Qualifiers (92)

These are players who have qualified through the 2021 Main Ranking, through one of the Regional Rankings in 2021 or who have received an invitation from the country association.

Andrew Meiselbach
Brendon Saunders
David Platt
John Evans
Ky Smith
Ryan Smith
Steve Kewish
Donie Michels
Philip van Gasse
Andrew Park
Bill Crawford
Mike Dwyer
Robert Piercy
Shane Wadden
Steve Russell
Daniel Zapata
Juan-Antonio Moreno
Pero Ljubic
Andreas Michailidis
Roman Benecky
Jorn Thomsen
Mathias Arslev
Tonnie Sorensen
Allan Edwards
Andrew Johnson
Andy Jenkins
Arron Monk
Craig Venman
Fred Box
Gary Stafford
Harry Jackson
James Betts
Jason Lovett
Lee Evans
Nathan Potter
Robert Collins
Scott Williams
Justin Stagno
Kostas Pantelidis
Gabor Petracs
Gergely Lakatos
Pál Székely
Németh Szabolcs
Friðrik Diego
Kristján Þorsteinsson
Sigurgeir Guðmundsson
David Concannon
PJ Byrne
Kevin Lane
Danilo Vigato
Luca Catallo
Michelle Turetta
Tom Becker
Albert Scerri
Enrico Scerri
John Agius
John Clantar
Mario Sciascia
Arjan Konterman
Daniel Bakker
Danny de Bie
Erik van Manen
Erik van Rijswijk
Heine Uuldriks
Jan de Weerdt
Ricardo Ham
Roemer Mooijman
Sam Coenders

Cairns Mason
Craig Ross
Gary Boyland
Jonty Reede
Joshua Walters
Lou Tai
Mike Day
Steven Rogers
Adrian Frim
Erik Poliak
Mitji Habjan
Silvo Javornik
Toni Alcinas
Rickard Tingvall
Alex Reyes
Darin Young
Elliot Milk
Joe Chaney
Joe Huffman
Paul Guzman
Seth Steffano
Stephen Phillips
Tom Sawyer
Gareth Pass

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