Tennis 2 Go
proudly presented by Erste Bank Open
The Erste Bank Open proudly present: “Tennis 2 Go” – world class tennis right in the middle of Vienna on the premises of the Wiener Eislauf-Verein at the Heumarkt – a unique attraction on the world wide ATP tour!
Tennis 2 Go kicks off on 21st October and offers the spectacle of tennis for everybody. Be there when the stars of the Erste Bank Open practice and fight for important ATP ranking points on our #glaubandich court.
Tickets 2 Go
Tickets for “Tennis 2 Go” can be purchased right at the event area or online. The tickets are not bound to a specified day and can be redeemed on any day you wish. Seating and admission according to the “first come, first serve” principle.
A ticket for 2 hours is only 10 Euro. If you want to stay longer – no problem at all: you can always extend your ticket for as long as you like. It’s your choice, according to the principle “come and go”.
PLEASE NOTE: Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd October are open house with free admission!
If you have any questions regarding Tennis 2 Go tickets just send a mail to email@example.com
Matches start at:
Sat, Oct 23: 11 am
Sun, Oct 24: 1 pm
Mon, Oct 25: 2 pm
Tue, Oct 26-Thu, Oct 28: 1 pm
Fri, Oct 29: 2 pm
Training 2 Go
Watching the stars practice live – that’s new and unique. When does your favorite star practice on the #glaubandich court? You can find this out exclusively in advance as a Stars for You fan. You can register for free and with lots of great advantages – here.
These players will practice on Monday, 25th October, at Tennis 2 Go:
- 10–11 am: Horia Tecau and Neal Skupski
- 11–11.30 am: Nikola Metkic and Mate Pavic
- 11.30–12 pm: Tim Pütz and Michael Venus
- 12–12.30 pm: Ivan Dodig and Marcelo Melo
- 12.30–1 pm: S. Tsitsipas/F. Lopez and L. Miedler/A. Erler
- 1–1.30 pm: Oliver Marach and Philipp Oswald
Times and players subject to change
Infos 2 Go
Additionally, Tennis 2 Go offers an outdoor fanzone with pop-up foodtrucks and entertainment.
23th-29th October, from 8 am
Lothringerstraße 22, 1030 Vienna
Metro line U4, station Stadtpark
Tram lines 2, 71 and D
We recommend using public transportation as there is no parking in the direct vicinity of the event area.
You can find the COVID19 regulations here.