The Davis Cup by BNP Paribas quarterfinal tie between Serbia and Great Britain will be held on an outdoor clay court at Tašmajdan Stadium in Belgrade between 15th and 17th July.
Serbian tennis players will host their opponents from Great Britain on a reconstructed stadium Tašmajdan, a venue that last time hosted a Davis Cup match almost 60 years ago when national teams of Yugoslavia and Mexico competed.
The open stadium will accommodate 6,100 people with Serbia counting on a boisterous home crowd to help the team overcome the defending champions. The quarterfinal will be the second time that the two teams have met, with Serbia (then competing as Serbia & Montenegro) defeating the Brits 3-2 in their one previous tie, in Glasgow in 2006. It is still not known whether two of biggest tennis stars Novak Đoković and Andy Murray will play in this match.
On the first day of the competition, there will be two singles matches played, one following the completion of the other, two more will be played on Sunday, with a double match in between them. Program on Friday starts at 4PM, same on Saturday, and the matches start an hour earlier on the last day. Great Britain is the reigning champion of this prestigious competition.
Tickets for this match are available for sale since 10th of June, a set of tickets of the I category for five matches (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) costs 4.500 dinars, the ticket for Friday is 2.000 dinars, 1.000 for Saturday and 2.000 dinars for Sunday.
Set of II category tickets for five matches is 3.000 dinars, and single day tickets are as following: Friday 1.200, Saturday 1.000 and Sunday 1.200 dinars. Tickets can be bought via DD ticketing solutions sale system and online via website www.ddtickets.rs.