World Tour 2019

Date: 4 – 6 January 2019

Location: Pattaya, Thailand

After taking a break in 2018 the Thailand Open returns to the World Tour for the second time this year. The tournament is the only one held in Asia and is once again held at the superb Hotel Ambassador Hotel Jomtien. With incredible on-site facilities and an on-site players party, this is the perfect way to begin the new racketlon season.

SWT Austrian Open
30 August - 1 September 2019
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IWT Finnish Open
13 September - 15 September 2019
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IWT Malta Open
27 September - 29 September 2019
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Date: 1 – 3 February 2019

Location: Vienna, Austria

InformationRacketlon Austria

Moving a month later than usual the Vienna Classics is the first IWT of the season. This year the tournament will take place at the Tennis Point Vienna, a splendid venue which last year hosted the Austrian Open and World Tour Finals. The tournament lets players begin the new season in a beautiful city with top-class facilities.

Date: 2 – 4 March 2019

Location: Tianjo, Lanzarote

Information: Club La Santa

Now a permanent fixture on the racketlon calendar the Club La Santa Open is fast becoming one of the most popular tournaments. With warm temperatures and an on-site hotel boasting facilities for over 50 sports, this really is a must play event.

Date: 5 – 7 April 2019

Location: Prague, Czech Republic

Information: Czech Racketlon

Moving to a new tournament venue the Czech Open returns once again from the city of Prague. As well as a beautiful city to explore there is also a racketlon tournament boasting every category imaginable from u13 juniors to +70 seniors.

Date: 27 – 28 April 2019

Location: Northampton, Massachusetts, USA


The only tournament held in North America the Massachusetts Racket Masters makes a welcome return to the Tour. Hosted at Smith College in Northampton once again, the tournament provides excellent facilities in a different environment. Why not make the trip to America to help spread racketlon to another continent?

Date: 17 – 19 May 2019

Location: Berlin, Germany

Information: DWS Events

Not only is the Berlin Open an extremely exciting addition to the World Tour but it is also both the first event in the first Victor Racketlon Series, and a warm-up for the World Doubles Championships. Hosted in one of Europe’s most historic cities, the tournament hotel is in the city centre with the incredible venue a short train ride away. The venue itself has indoor tennis courts with a retractable roof, a central bar area sauna, beer garden and nearby supermarket. A racketlon player’s heaven.

Date: 30 – 31 May 2019

Location: Oudenaarde, Belgium

Information: King of Rackets

The King of Rackets has already established itself as racketlon’s oldest and biggest annual World Tour event and this year it also hosts the World Doubles Championships. As always, the world championships are open to players of all abilities. With these two massive events happening together in 2019 this is the one week on the racketlon calendar that you do not want to miss.

Date: 1 – 2 June 2019

Location: Oudenaarde, Belgium

Information: King of Rackets

The legendary King of Rackets returns to the tour for the 27th time as the racketlon community descends on Oudenaarde. With a shuttle service, on-site camping, a bar that stay open until late at late, players dinner and party on-site, this is the biggest annual event on the calendar. Come and take part in the tournament and racketlon’s biggest party.

Date: 21 – 23 June 2019

Location: Schlieren, Zurich, Switzerland

Information: Swiss Racketlon

The Swiss Open returns to the FIR World Tour after taking a one-year break as the Swiss Racketlon Federation hosted the hugely successful 2018 World Racketlon Championships. We return once again to the fantastic Sportcenter Vitis with this tournament providing free entry for all junior entries in the u10 and u13 age categories.

Date: 12 – 14 July 2019

Location: Riga, Latvia

Information: Racketlon Latvia

Fast becoming a player-favourite the Latvian Open returns once again to the World Tour. Not only does it offer superb tournament facilities and a popular players party, but it also offers the opportunity to explore the beautiful Latvian city of Riga. The tournament is also the second of three events which make up the Victor Racketlon Series.

Date: 2 August 2019

Location: Nussloch, Germany

Information: Racketlon Champions League

The Champions League returns once with the first half of the tournament taking part in Germany to coincide with the German Open. Champions League entry is open to everyone with team captain’s drafting their teams closer to the event. The second half of the Champions League takes part in France later in the year, but you do not need to play both to enter!

Date: 2 – 4 August 2019

Location: Nussloch, Germany

Information: Racketlon German Open

As usual, the German Open takes pride of place in the summer. Nussloch Racketcenter welcomes all players with the option of either high-class tournament hotels or camping on site. The venue also offers free fitness and wellness facilities, an Italian restaurant, players dinner and a nice party. The tournament is also hosting the first leg of the 2019 Champions League.

Date: 16 – 18 August 2019

Location: London, Great Britain

Information: DWS Events

The World Tour returns to the United Kingdom after a one-year gap with a new tournament held at the prestigious Roehampton Club. The venue has grass tennis courts which have been played on by the likes of Andy Murray, Boris Becker Lleyton Hewitt and now some of racketlon’s best! This tournament sold out in four hours, but you can place your name on the reserve list in case of withdrawals.

Date: 30 August – 1 September 2019

Location: Vienna, Austria

Information: Racketlon Austria

The World Tour once again heads to Vienna for the final Super World Tour event of the year. Held at the hugely popular City and Country Sports Centre you can expect a well-organised, professional and fun feel at this high-quality event.

Date: 13 – 15 September 2019

Location: Helsinki, Finland

Information: Racketlon Finland

Racketlon heads to its homeland in Scandinavia for the Finnish Open. The venue was renovated towards the end of 2017 and welcomes players from around the world to come and play at the wonderful tournament held in north Helsinki.

Date: 27 – 29 September 2019

Location: Marsa, Malta

Information: DWS Events

Sun, sea and sports are all on offer at the unique Malta Open. Played under the palm trees at the iconic Marsa Sports Club, the tournament truly is the ultimate racketlon holiday. Relax by the pool between matches, enjoy the cultural tour or boat trip and make the most of the legendary nightlife and this special tournament. This is also the third and final event in the new Victor Racketlon Series.

Date: 11 – 13 October 2019

Location: Stockholm, Sweden

Information: Enskede Rackethall 

For the first time in seven years, Racketlon returns to the Enskede Rackethall in Stockholm, home of the iconic 2012 Racketlon World Championships. One of the greatest racketlon venues in the world, this is one tournament not to miss as the opportunity to play at this famous venue has been extremely rare. We highly recommend entering this tournament in Stockholm.

Date: 25 October 2019

Location: Paris, France

Information: Racketlon Champions League

The 2019 Champions League winning team will be crowned as the second half of the tournament is completed in Paris. After the enormous success of the Challenger tournament in 2018, the racketlon community returns to the French capital for the climax of the prestigious Champions League. Can the Berlin Berghain Boasters retain their crown?

Date: 25 – 27 October 2019

Location: Paris, France

Information: Racketlon France

The World Tour returns to Paris following its successful Challenger debut last year. The tournament serves as the last chance for players to warm up before the year-ending World Championships and gives everyone a chance to explore the beautiful city of Paris. Wonderful facilities in a wonderful city.

Date: 19 – 24 November 2019

Location: Braunschweig, Germany


The 2019 World Tour ends with the biggest event of them all, the World Team & Singles Championships. This year the German city of Braunschweig is hosting the tournament at a fantastic hotel and sports complex called Vienna House where players can walk from their rooms straight onto the courts in less than a minute. The pinnacle of the sport but with ability classes ranging from elite to first-timers this really will be a tournament for everyone and a special way to end the season.