Ready for the last tournament of 2023

What a year it’s been in the Racketlon World, as we’re already getting ready for the last tournament of 2023, at a fan favourite location, Club La Santa in Lanzarote.

Mustonen looking for a second title this year, possible Griffiths brothers semi-final clash

The men’s draw is a very exciting one, with a potential Griffiths brothers semi-final lineup to look forward to, as well as a quarter-final clash between no 2 seed Nicolas Lenggenhager and SWT Austrian Open winner Henrik Mustonen.

Leon Griffiths is finishing the year at no 1, and is top seed for this event. He plays fellow Brit James Langworthy in the first round. It’s another battle of the Brits as Dave Edgar (WC) will take on Matthew Davidson, whilst other wildcard Pekka Kainulainen will face Léon Mamié from Switzerland. World Champion and no 3 seed Luke Griffiths will play Bruno Scherrer. With Luke and Leon being on the same side of the draw we could see a Griffiths brothers clash in the semi-finals. Luke is leading 2-1 this season.

On the bottom half of the draw, no 4 seed Anthony Duthuillé will take on UK’s Ollie Barton. Junior world no 6 Lucas Steyer will play Joerg Kanonenberg who won gold in the men’s B at the 2023 FIR Racketlon World Championships. Henrik Mustonen, winner of the SWT Austrian Open Graz, plays Swiss National Champion Noah Mamié. Second seed Nicolas Lenggenhager will take on GB’s Ross Wilson in his first match.

Men’s draw

Kaptein looking for second IWT singles title

Kirsten Kaptein was in good form at the Czech Open a few weeks ago, and she will be looking to add a second IWT singles title to her collection as she goes into this event as the no 1 seed. She will face tough opposition in the form of Girls junior no 1 Holly Ranson, newcomer Pauline Cavé, and a very experienced Jo Shelley. The first group matches will start on Sunday 2pm, with Ranson – Cavé and Kaptein – Shelley.

Women’s draw


Leon and Luke will be top seeds in the men’s doubles, as they look for a fourth title together this season. They play the winner of Duthuillé/Steyer and Mamié/Mamié. On the other side of the draw, Barnes/Kanonenberg play World Junior U21 silver medalists Davidson/Wilson. The winner will play SWT Austrian Open champions Lenggenhager/Mustonen.

Kaptein/Ranson are the top seeds in the women’s doubles, they face the winner of Karg/Schmitz and Pye/Thaker. Kaptein/Ranson played together in Norway and won a silver medal. Cavé/Mai are the second seeds, they play either Becker/Phanouvong or Russell/Veldkamp.

In the mixed doubles it’s Kaptein/Mamié who are the top seeds, they will play Clayton/Griffiths or Shelley/Langworthy in the semi-finals. Cavé/Lenggenhager are the second seeds for this event, they will play the winner of Ranson/Davidson and Russel/Mustonen.

Matches will kick off on Saturday at 8:45AM (GMT)

Men’s doubles | Women’s doubles | Mixed doubles

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