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Wozniacki through to Copenhagen final

April 14, 2012 -- Updated 2034 GMT (0434 HKT)
Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark has powered her way into a third successive final at her home event
Caroline Wozniacki of Denmark has powered her way into a third successive final at her home event
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Former world No.1 maintains 100% record at home event with semifinal win over Croatia's Petra Martic
  • Wozniacki to face German Angelique Kerber in Sunday's final
  • Dominika Cibulkova and Sara Errani to contest Barcelona Open final

(CNN) -- Caroline Wozniacki is through to the final of her home tournament in Copenhagen after defeating Petra Martic from Croatia 6-3 6-2.

The Danish top seed, who hasn't lost a match at the tournament since it's inception in 2010, will face second seed Angelique Kerber on Sunday in a bid for her third successive win at the event and her first title in 2012.

The German also wasted little time on court dispatching third seed Jelena Jankovic from Serbia 6-2 6-1.

I just seem to play very consistently here, which is when I'm dangerous
Caroline Wozniacki

"It's always nice to win at home but I don't think about it too much. I don't think it's easy for me here, because there are a lot of good players. I just seem to play very consistently here, which is when I'm dangerous," Wozniacki said, WTAtennis.com reported.

Meanwhile on the clay in Spain, Dominika Cibulkova and Sara Errani will contest Sunday's Barcelona Open final.

Slovakian Cibulkova saw off Sorana Cirstea of Romania in straight sets 6-1 6-1.

Errani, the seventh seed from Italy, was also an easy winner beating home favourite Carla Suarez Navarro 6-1 6-2.

Cibulkova is going for the second WTA title of her career and her first on clay, but recognizes that the Italian will difficult to beat.

"Errani moves very well on clay and is very fast, but if I keep my level of play up I have my chances," Cibulkova said, WTAtennis.com reported.

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