WATCH: Tsitsipas hasn't dropped a set this week in Stockholm, which include a victory in two tiebreaks over Maxime Cressy.

Four years after winning his first career title in Stockholm, top seed Stefanos Tsitsipas will look to repeat the feat in the Swedish capital.

The top seed eased to a 6-2, 6-2 win over Finland's Emil Ruusuvuori in Saturday's semifinals to move through to his seventh final of the season. In the championship, he'll face a Scandinavian favorite: Denmark's Holger Rune, who came from a set down in his 4-6, 7-6(1), 7-5 semifinal victory over Australia's Alex de Minaur.

“[It was] a great match from my side, I think I played very well,” Tsitsipas said in victory. “I was really focused. [It was] one of the matches where I was really into the game and I was able to produce some really good tennis throughout the entire match, pretty much. I was there, I was very daring, I was really going for it, and it worked in my favor.”


Tsitsipas is now 7-0 at the ATP 250 event, and seeks to become the 11th player to win multiple titles in the more than five-decade history of the tournament.

“I’ve created some good memories here,” Tsitsipas said. “2018 was the year that I got my first title here. Of course, I love good things in the back of my head. I’ve had some good interactions with the crowd, the people here are lovely, and I’m enjoying the Swedish hospitality.”

The Greek star will look for some revenge against the Danish teenager, who beat him in four sets in the fourth round of Roland Garros in May.