WATCH: Line Calls, presented by FanDuel: Potapova is coming off of a remarkable win over world No. 2 Anett Kontaveit, but Wang is playing well and is a formidable foe in her own right.

PRAGUE (AP) — Seventh-seeded Anastasia Potapova marched to her second WTA final of the season at the Prague Open after defeating Qiang Wang 6-3, 6-0 on Saturday.

The Russian who eliminated top-seeded Anett Kontaveit in the quarterfinals seeks her second WTA title after she won Istanbul in April.

In the final, Potapova will meet eighth-seeded Marie Bouzkova who defeated teenager Linda Noskova 7-6 (4), 6-3 in an all-Czech semifinal.

"I'm sure she's going to be very confident because she's playing at home... but at the same time, it's always tough," Potapova said. "I'm just going to enjoy the final, because there are not so many days where you play the finals."


Her opponent, Wimbledon quarterfinalist Bouzkova, advanced to her fourth career final, the second this year with her victory over countrywoman Noskova. Bouzkova has yet to win a WTA tournament.

"She's a very aggressive player so I knew what I was going to face in the match," Bouzkova said. "I just had to fight from the first ball to last. I just told myself to keep staying in the moment, to take it point by point.

"She plays so aggressive so there were times where she was making unbelievable shots, but I just tried to stay there to turn it around. I'm just really happy that I was able to do that."

The 17-year-old Noskova, who won the 2021 French Open junior title, played in her first WTA semifinal.


Both finalists haven't dropped a set in the hard-court tournament.


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Additional reporting by Stephanie Livaudais