The traditional WTA tennis tournament will take place on hard courts in the TK Sparta Prague complex from 29 July to 6 August. Qualification starts during the weekend 29 and 30 July, main draw starts from Monday 31 July. It will be played on the hard courts of the TK Sparta Prague complex in Prague, Czech Republic.Frequently asked questions (FAQ’s) Venue
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Take a look at the list of prohibited items that are not allowed in the premises of TK Sparta Prague. The complete list is available HERE.
Parking directly at the TK Sparta Prague complex is not possible. We recommend finding parking spaces in Stromovka Park, or at Výstaviště Holešovice. Parking lot: https://goo.gl/maps/q6gcgze8WhSCdCps5
● To the TK Sparta Prague complex you can walk through Stromovka Park from the metro station Holešovice (lince C) or from the tram station Výstaviště Holešovice.
● You can also use bus no. 131 from Hradčanská metro/tram/bus station. Using bus no. 131 you get off at the bus station Goetheho and then it's just a few minutes walk through Stromovka Park to the TK Sparta Prague complex.
TICKETS FOR SEMIFINALS AND FINALS SOLD OUT
Tickets are on sale via official ticket vendor Ticketportal. VIP ticket includes top view on short side of the court and full day catering service. Children under 3 years of age have free entrance (with no entitled for specific seat).
Tickets can also be purchased in the box office at the venue. Sale starts one hour before start of the first match of the day.
The Livesport Prague Open 2023 is broadcast by the TV station ČT Sport. Streams from the tournament are also available on the website www.livesport.cz (after a free registration).
The current order of play of the tournament is available on the tournament website www.livesportpragueopen.cz. For each day, the detailed order of play is published the previous day during the afternoon / evening.
The total capacity of the venue (i.e. Center Court, Court 1 and Court 2) is 3,000 spectators, the capacity of the Central Court is 2,500 spectators. Transition between areas is possible. Every spectator with a valid ticket has a guaranteed seat at the Central Court, the capacity of the other courts is limited to the capacity of the stands.
With a valid ticket, you can move freely between the courts. The Center Court is located in the main area of the TK Sparta Praha complex. Court 1 and Court 2 are located in the TK Sparta Academy complex, which is located directly opposite to the main TK Sparta Praha complex.
Food stalls with refreshments are available in both sites (TK Sparta Praha, TK Sparta Academy). With a valid ticket, you can move freely between both sites.