Spain's top two tennis players will once again contest the final of the Barcelona Open, as David Ferrer looks to win the tournament for the first time, against his rival Rafael Nadal who has beaten him in three of the last four finals.
Nadal secured his path to the final, beating Serbian Janko Tipsarevic 6-2 6-2 before a comfortable 6-0 6-4 semi-final win against 2010 winner Fernando Verdasco.
Ferrer overcame the challenge of Feliciano Lopez 6-7 7-6 6-3 before a tight 7-6 7-6 victory against Canadian no.11 seed Milos Raonic, who had earlier knocked out Andy Murray.
The final will be held today to see which player can lift Spain's oldest tennis trophy. Whilst Rafael Nadal is the strong favourite to win his seventh Godo, David Ferrer will be looking to get the best of his international colleague for the first time since his Australian Open success last January.