Top seed Serb Novak Djokovic [ Images ] brushed aside German Florian Mayer on Saturday to set up a final clash with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the China Open.
World number two Djokovic beat Mayer 6-1, 6-4 in the semi-final to stay on course for his third successive title in Beijing [ Images ].
"He's been playing really well," Djokovic said about his opponent for Sunday's final.
"There's no secrets between each other, between us. I mean, we (have) played many times, played a lot of important matches on the big
"He's a very powerful player, big serve, big forehand, and if that works, he can win against anybody on any surface, to be honest.
"So there is no clear favourite, I think, in tomorrow's match. We have both been winning quite comfortably. It's going to be a good final hopefully for the tournament."
Frenchman Tsonga kept alive his hopes of qualifying for November's season-ending World Tour finals in London [ Images ] when he reached the final after Feliciano Lopez [ Images ] retired with a wrist injury while trailing 6-1 4-1 in the first semi-final.
"I played really well," third seed Tsonga told reporters after reaching his 15th Tour final.
"I felt really good on the court. I'm just happy today with my game. I'm sure I will play good tennis in final."
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