Home favourite through to showpiece
Caroline Wozniacki eased into her third consecutive e-BoksOpen final with a comfortable victory over Petra Martic on Saturday.
The home favourite has won the last two tournaments in Copenhagen and has once again looked at ease, producing a string of convincing victories.
She continued her excellent form against the unseeded Croatian, easing through 6-3 6-2 to set-up a final clash with Angelique Kerber on Sunday.
The 21-year-old is understandably confident following her performances this week and was pleased to come through her semi-final.
"We played tennis on a high level today," she said afterwards. "Petra played a good match, she served well and put pressure (on me) the whole time.
"She slices a lot, so there's no way out. She doesn't want to play long duels so I had to put pressure on her," Wozniacki said.
24-year-old German Kerber made it through to the final after beating Serbian Jelena Jankovic in a fine manner, humbling the former world number one 6-2 6-1.