“The WTA tournament, which will be held in Tallinn for the first time, will bring to Estonia the best tennis players in the world,” said Allar Hint, secretary general of the Estonian Tennis Association and tournament director of the Tallinn Open. “The Tennis Association has been working for a long time to bring the WTA tournament to Estonia to help develop sustainable professional tennis. We invite all fans of this sport to watch high-level tennis and cheer for Anett and Kaia.”
Tickets for the Tallinn Open tournament can be purchased for the qualifying matches that will take place on 24.09 and 25.09.2022. The main round matches will be held from 26.09 to 2.10.2022:
• you can buy tickets for the morning sessions on 26.09-29.09.2022;
• on 30.09-1.10 quarter- and semi-finals will be held – tickets can be purchased for both morning and evening sessions;
• on 2.10 the final of the tournament will take place.
In the Piletitasku environment, you can purchase tournament spectator passes, regular and VIP tickets (which also provide access to the tournament lounge). Ticket information is available here:
“We want all 2,500 seats to be filled every day, and the fans to have the opportunity to watch professional women’s tennis at home and actively support the players,” said Allar Hint.
On Thursday, July 7 at 11:00 at the Herne tennis courts the Estonian Tennis Association and the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) representative will tell reporters about the organization of one of the biggest tennis events in Estonian history. After the press conference, a traditional tennis tournament will take place among famous representatives of various calls of life – this year the team of sponsors of the WTA Tallinn Open will also take part in it. You will also be able to see the younger generation of tennis – the players from the ball boy summer school will help the participants of the WTA 250 Tallinn Open on the courts.
The international tournament WTA 250 Tallinn Open will be held from 26 September to 2 October at the Forus Tennis Centre in Tondi. The week before (starting 19 September) the WTA 500 will take place in Tokyo and the WTA 250 in Seoul. Immediately after the Tallinn Open, the WTA 500 will start in Ostrava, Czech Republic.
The WTA 250 Tallinn Open is supported by the city of Tallinn, Tallink, Kapitel, Alexela, Forus, the Ministry of Culture and EAS. Media partners of the event are Ekspress Meedia and TV3 Grupp.
The WTA professional women’s tennis organization organizes a total of 55 tournaments around the world, which, depending on the prize fund, are divided into the WTA 250, WTA 500, and WTA 1000 categories.