The 100 metres world record holder confirmed his seventh appearance in the Czech city on his official website, but did not revealed over which distance he would compete.
He said in a statement: "I have competed in Ostrava many times since I was a teenager. I always enjoy the meeting and the energy from the enthusiastic fans which creates a great atmosphere.
"Ostrava is a fast track when the weather is good. I ran 9.77 in the 100m in 2009 and 19.83 for 200m in 2008. I look forward to good weather and good performances in 2014."