The series of international tennis tournaments in the Czech Republic is expanding with another big event.

J&T Banka Ostrava Open 2021

is back in the date of

18 – 26 September 2021

The venue will be the

Ostravar Arena

just like last year.

After less than a year, the world women’s tennis will once again return to a familiar and popular venue.

There will be 28 players in singles and 16 teams in doubles.

Access to the hall will be allowed:

– everyone with completed vaccinations (at least 14 days after the second dose. In case of one dose vaccine, at least 14 days after being vaccinated)

– everyone who have contracted covid-19 disease within the last 180 days (needs to show the medical proof of it)

– everyone with a negative RT-PCR test for covid-19, not older than 7 days

– everyone with a negative antigen test (only official laboratory tests are accepted) for covid-19 not older than 72 hours

– children under 6 years of age

Spectators will be required to wear a FFP2 or KN95 masks for respiratory protection at all times in the stands and arena.

HOW TO GET THERE?

car

From the D1 highway

Exit 354 direction SPORT ARÉNA (Zábřeh, Vítkovice), stay on Rudná street to the crossing with Závodní street – turn left towards Městský Stadion and OSTRAVAR ARÉNA (SPORT ARÉNA)

From the centre of Ostrava

On Místecká street, past the Lower Vítkovice area (Vítkovice blast furnace), first right turn – on Halasova street (direction Vítkovice, ČEZ ARÉNA), right to the roundabout, at the roundabout 3rd exit. At the crossing with Rudná Street turn right, follow Rudná Street to the crossing with Závodní Street, turn right towards Městský Stadion and OSTRAVAR ARÉNA (SPORT ARÉNA)

From Poruba

1) On Rudná Street to the crossing with Závodní Street.

2) On Opavská Street, at the crossing with Plzeňská Street (at the waterworks in Nová Ves) turn right, along Plzeňská Street, exit right to Zábřeh, Výškovice and SPORT ARÉNA, at the crossing turn left along Výškovická Street, at the crossing with Palkovského Street/Race Street turn right.

From the direction of Havířov

On Rudná Street to the crossing with Závodní Street, turn right to Městský Stadion and OSTRAVAR ARÉNA.

 

public transport

 

From Main Station Ostrava
Tram number 2 to the Sport arena stop, the journey takes about 22 minutes.

From Ostrava Station – Svinov
Tram number 7 to the Sport aréna stop, the journey takes about 8 minutes.

From Ostrava Central Station (or Ostrava Stodolní)
On foot to the Náměstí republiky (or Dr. Malý) stop, take tram number 2 to the Sport aréna stop, the journey takes about 11 (10) minutes; from the Náměstí republiky stop you can also take tram number 11, the journey takes about 15 minutes.

Ostrava bus station
On foot to the Náměstí republiky (or Dr. Malý) stop, take tram number 2 to the Sport aréna stop, the journey takes about 11 (10) minutes; from the Náměstí republiky stop you can also take tram number 11, the journey takes about 15 minutes.

Ostrava – Vítkovice railway station
Tram number 11 to the Sport arena stop, the journey takes about 4 minutes.