Juan Martin del Potro is through to a second consecutive Rotterdam Open final with a straight-sets victory over Grigor Dimitrov.
Juan Martin del Potro has reached a second consecutive Rotterdam Open final with a straight-sets victory over Grigor Dimitrov.
The Argentine world number seven took 75 minutes to beat his Bulgarian opponent 6-4 6-4.
"I'm glad I was able to beat him, he's a newcomer with a lot of potential," said Del Potro.
"I used my serve well today. I've improved my game since the quarter-finals, but if I want to win the title I have to get that little bit better."
Del Potro, who will face either Julien Benneteau or Gilles Simon on Sunday, lost out in last year's final to Roger Federer.
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