Tallinn Open tickets sales for the world-class Tallinn Open WTA 250 tennis tournament at the end of September are in full swing. Estonian top players Anett Kontaveit and Kaia Kanepi have agreed to participate in the tournament. The Latvian number one Jelena Ostapenko will also participate. Tickets can be purchased in Piletitasku.
In the Piletitasku ticket purchasing website one can buy tournament passes, single tickets and VIP tickets which provide access to the tournament lounge in addition to watching the tournament itself.
Tickets 24.09 – 29.09.22 are DAY TICKETS valid from the first game of the day until the end of the last game of the day. On the day of the quarter-finals, 30.09 and on the day of the semi-finals, 1.10.22, there are two sessions – a morning session and an evening session, which start at the time indicated on the ticket.
The WTA 250 Tallinn Open international tournament will be held on 24.09-2.10 at Forus Tennis Centre in Tondi. A week before that (starting on September 19), the WTA 500 tournament will be held in Tokyo and the WTA 250 tournament will be held in Seoul. Immediately after the Tallinn Open, the WTA 500 competition starts in Ostrava, Czech Republic.
Buy a ticket to be a part of an extraordinary world-class tennis tournament that will be held in Estonia for the first time. Only at Forus Tennis Centre in Tondi you can see and experience an engaging tennis game and an entertaining and original show created for this tournament!
Seats for spectators in wheelchairs are located in front of the first row of the grandstand. The accompanying person has a seat in the same place. The price applies to both the viewer in a wheelchair and his companion according to the selected day and ticket class.
Admission is free for children up to 5 years old (inclusive) if the child is sitting on the parent’s lap. All spectators wishing to watch the game from their own seat must purchase a numbered ticket.
Already purchased tickets will not be exchanged and refunded.
The following list of items should be prohibited from all tournament venues:
excess luggage and items – do not bring large bags or unnecessary items
hard coolers or like containers
bottles or cans (except personal reusable bottle, which is empty or contains non-alcoholic liquid)
alcohol and drugs
aerosol cans or noisemaking devices
animals (unless a service animal)
laser pointing devices
bicycles, roller skates, scooters and skateboards,
own food and drinks (except personal reusable bottle, which is empty or contains non-alcoholic liquid)