WESTERN Australia's Storm Sanders has breezed through to face Japan's Shuko Aoyama in today's Launceston Tennis International final.
Windy conditions proved to work in favour of Sanders, 18, who will come in on the back of a convincing 6-1, 6-2, victory against Russia's Ksenia Lykina.
Aoyama, 25, had to work harder for her win against Australia's Sacha Jones, but brought it home with a 7-6 tie-breaker, 6-0, and 6-4 victory.
Sanders will be hotly watched after failing to qualify at last week's Burnie International.
The finals will be played at 11am today, and will see the two go head-to-head at the Launceston Indoor Sports Arena grounds.