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The best way to get to the grounds of the Sparta Prague Tennis Club is by taking bus n. 131 from the metro station Hradčanská to the bus stop “Goetheho”, then continue 600m on foot through the Stromovka park.
Tennis club address:
Za Císařským mlýnem 1115/2, 170 00 Praha 7- Bubeneč
The grounds open one hour before the start of the first game of the day. Games are scheduled to start at 11:00, apart from the final which will be played at 13:00.
Children up to the age of 3 who do not need their own seat have FREE entrance.
The stands do have dedicated spots that are wheelchair accessible, but please take into account that the entirety of the grounds are NOT entirely wheelchair accessible.
No, parking in the grounds will not be available.
Yes, food and beverages will be available for purchase.
Tickets for all game days, including qualification, are available for purchase on Ticket Portal: https://www.ticketportal.cz/event/Livesport-Prague-Open-2022
Tickets purchased for qualification and game days are valid for the entirety of the day and entitle their owner to an unoccupied seat on the main stand of their choosing. The ticket is also valid for the Tatran area, where there are two more tennis courts. Seating there is unassigned and works on a first come, first served basis. Tickets for the semi-finals and final will also be valid for the entirety of the day but with specifically designated seating.
Game day schedules will be published ahead of each game day on the tournament’s official website and social media channels. (Fb: https://www.facebook.com/tennispragueopen, Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tennispragueopen/ )
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