During the tournament week, we will provide spectators with the latest information about the tournament.

Lost property can be handed in at the Info-Point in the entrance area.

The nearest ATM is located approx. 100 m away at Goethestrasse 80, 4020 Linz.

Located in front of the west stand.

You will find the medical service on the east side of the hall.

Located on the east side of the hall. There are also toilets for wheelchair users.

There are six parking spaces in the underground car park (ground-level access to the hall - please ring the bell at the signposted entrance), and a further five disabled parking spaces are available in the outdoor car park (access via the main west entrance). 

The nearest cab rank is in front of the Marriott Hotel (west side of the hall, near the main entrance).

We ask you to follow the instructions of the court orderers. Spectators are asked to take or leave their seats before the start or after the end of a set or when the players change sides.

In the interest of keeping the tournament grounds clean, we ask you to throw paper and drinking cups etc. into the waste paper baskets or garbage cans provided.

Please take into account that it is forbidden to bring bags, suitcases and backpacks to the tournament site. Bags smaller than an A4 sheet (30x21x21cm) are excluded from the ban. Please also take into account that there may be a waiting time at the entrance due to bag checks. We thank you for your understanding.

The fixture list for the following day is usually finalised from 21:00 the day before and can be viewed online. There may be changes to the fixtures at short notice.

If you leave the Design Center during the day and want to come back later, please remember to have your ticket with you.

FAILURE TO PLAY: MatchMaker Event GmbH will not provide any compensation in case of cancellation of the game or loss of the ticket. Likewise, MatchMaker Event GmbH assumes no liability for bodily injury or property damage.


  • Glass bottles at Centre Court, Matchcourt 1 & in all stands (e.g. wine bottles, schnapps bottles, drinking glasses)
  • Weapons of any kind
  • Drugs
  • Animals of any kind (except trained companion animals with ID and tags)
  • Bengal fire and other fireworks
  • Megaphones and vuvuzelas
  • Noisy objects such as compressed air trumpets, rattles, drums
  • Digital SLR cameras with interchangeable lenses (exception: persons with appropriate accreditation)
  • Laser pointer
  • Suitcases, bags, rucksacks and opaque gym bags if larger than DIN A4
  • Liquids such as full Tetra packs (except up to 0.5 litres), full drinking bottles (except PET up to 0.5 litres), canisters, cans
  • Bulky items (e.g. umbrellas, walking sticks that are not medically necessary, very large banners, tennis rackets)
  • Selfie sticks
  • Video devices
  • Gas spray cans
  • Flags larger than A2
  • Means of transport such as scooters and skateboards

A ban may also be imposed on other items in individual cases. (e.g. very large rivets on clothing or similar). A sense of proportion must always be applied here.

Failure to comply with the prohibitions may result in expulsion from the event site. The organiser is entitled to take temporary custody and possession of objects of the aforementioned type. Infringements may be prosecuted under criminal law.

Permitted are

  • PET bottles up to 0.5 litres, Tetra-Pack up to 0.5 litres and metal bottles up to 0.5 litres
  • Waist bags, belt bags, breast bags, handbags, backpacks the size of a DIN A4 flyer
  • Liquid hygiene and health articles up to 100ml (up to a maximum of 2 items per person) in suitable plastic containers
  • Mobile phones (also with recording function)
  • Necessary medications (also syringes) with appropriate proof
  • Small umbrellas (so-called "pecks")