Erste Bank Open 2 Go are back!

World-class tennis right in the heart of Vienna - this successful and innovative idea from last year will be re-applied again in 2022.


Once again, fans can experience the stars of Austria’s biggest ATP tournament up close at Erste Bank Open 2 Go, the City Center Court, where the second match court of the Erste Bank Open will be situated and see the players practice and fight for important points in the world rankings.

Erste Bank Open 2 Go is a unique attraction on the ATP tour and wowed the players last year, also helping us winning the award for the best ATP 500 tournament as chosen by the players. Erste Bank Open 2 Go can be spontaneously experienced from the 20th October.

Tickets 2 Go

  • Erste Bank Open 2 Go opens daily from 10 am. The practice sessions of the Erste Bank Open stars can be watched for free!
  • Tickets for the matches can be purchased directly on site or…
  • …a tip: Register now (without obligation) for the PRESALE of Erste Bank Open 2 Go and so you will be notified as soon as the ticket sale is going online.
  • Tickets are not bound to a certain day and can be redeemed whenever you want during the tournament week. The “first come, first serve” principle applies.
  • A ticket is valid for 2 hours and costs 10 Euro. If you want to stay longer you can comfortably pay the desired time extra.
  • If you are ticket holder for the Erste Bank Open at the Wiener Stadthalle you can enjoy a day of your choice at Erste Bank Open 2 Go for free.

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