Another Lithuanian Open weekend is over and we can congratulate our new champions. On Friday evening the Dutch/Latvian combination Niels Das and Sandis Duks defeated home favorites Ugnius Jankunas and Laimis Zubavicius in the final of the blind draw pairs events. Saturday in the Lithuanian Open we had another home favorite in the ladies final.… Read more The champions are known!
The following players will be seeded for both the Lithuanian Open and Kaunas Open: Men Aaron Turner John Scott Gabor Takacs Brian Løkken Niels-Joergen Hansen Dennis Nilsson Alexander Merkx Erik van Manen Women Margaret Sutton Fie Nielsen Greta Tekauer Wanja Løkken
The online entries for the Lithuanian Open and Kaunas Open have been closed. You can of course still enter both events on the day of play by registering at the control desk between 9:00 am and 10:00 am. The number of entries so far: Lithuanian Open 188 players (156 men, 32 women) Kaunas Open 171… Read more Online entries closed
Unfortunately we have noticed a problem in our registration module. When multiple players were entered using the same e-mail address the first entry was replaced by the next one. So if you have entered multiple players please check if all names are included in the participants list. If one or more are missing please enter… Read more Check your entries!
The registration for the 2022 Lithuanian Open and Kaunas Open is now open. Follow this link to register yourself. Curious to see who of your friends already entered the event? Have a look at the list of participants, which is updated daily. The registration for both singles events will be open until Thursday May 19th… Read more Registration is open!
After a long 2 year break we are happy to announce the Lithuanian Open will return in 2022! We will make a fresh new start in a new city and a new venue: the famous Žalgirio arena in Kaunas. On Saturday May 21st we will play the WDF bronze ranked Lithuanian Open and on Sunday… Read more We are back!
Unfortunately we had to take the very difficult decision to cancel the 2020 editions of the Winmau Lithuanian Open and the Winmau Vilnius Open. Right now the Lithuanian borders are closed because of the COVID-19 virus, most shops and public buildings are closed and all public events are cancelled. When we look at the current… Read more Cancellation of our events
As everyone knows the coronavirus (COVID-19) is causing many problems throughout the world and many events have already been cancelled as a result of it. Our objective is to let the Winmau Lithuanian Open and Winmau Vilnius Open take place as scheduled. We are closely monitoring the developments regarding the virus and will follow possible… Read more Statement regarding coronavirus
In recent years the Winmau Vilnius Open was already WDF ranked, due to the developments within the WDF we have decided to apply for Winmau Vilnius Open to be WDF ranked as well. The WDF has granted our request so this year we offer you two Bronze ranked events!