Os Open 2019

Just when you thought we couldn’t get any better.

13 January



Your Fortitude Valley favourite is bringing Brisbane the next best thing to the Australian Open….the OS OPEN (yes, we went there).

Picture this, it’s a warm sunny day in Brissy; the crew wants to go for one last drink before the weekend is out, but you are sick of the regular Sunday sesh. You need something more…

Well, as always…we got you! To celebrate the Australian Open Tennis and 100 years of Aperol, we’re bringing you the ultimate amateur hybrid: the Os Open Ping Pong Tournament on Sunday 13 January 2019.



So grab your 3 best mates, make a team of four and partake in some friendly competition. From 10 am enjoy DJ’s all day, $10 pizzas, Aperol Spritz, Stone and Wood jugs and a bundle of epic prizes up for grabs. Remember to get creative with your team’s uniform, as there will be a prize for the best dressed Ping Pong Warriors!

We’re taking registrations online now for teams of 4 players, with registration per team at $20+ booking fee. Closes midnight Friday 11 January 2019.

Will your team take victory as 2019 Os Open champions? Register now to find out and we will see you at 10 am for team check in on Sunday 13 January 2019.


Ping Pong Tournament Rules:

  • Doubles tournament is teams of 4 players max.
  • Tournament finals format is a cup, plate, bowl.
  • Each team is guaranteed three matches.
  • Each player must play in every match.
  • A match is played best 3 of 5 games. 
For each game, the first player to reach 11 points wins that game, however, a game must be won by at least a two-point margin.
  • Each player serves two points in a row
 and then switch server.
 However, if a score of 10-10 is reached in any game, then each server serves only one point and then the server is switched. After each game, the players switch side of the table. In the final game (ie 5th game), the players switch side again after either player reaches 5 points.
  • A point is scored after each ball is put into play.
  • Round robin matches are best of 3 games or round time.
  • The edges of the table are part of the legal table surface, but not the sides.