British number one Kyle Edmund has reached his first ever ATP Tour final at the Grand Prix Hassan II in Marrakesh, after winning two matches in the same day, Sky Sports report.
The Brit, who has been seeded second in the tournament, comfortably defeated Tunisia’s Malek Jaziri 6-2 6-1 in under an hour to reach the last four.
Edmund was scheduled to face Jaziri on Friday, however, heavy rain forced the quarter-final to be moved to Saturday.
The 23-year-old then played his semi-final, where he took down French fourth seed Richard Gasquet, again in straight sets, 6-3 6-4, after previously losing all of his four semi-final appearances.
The world number 26 will now face off against Spain’s Pablo Andujar in Sunday’s final, as Edmund looks to claim his first title on the tour.
A win for Edmund would see him move into the top 20, with results so far guaranteeing him to be at least 23rd in the next updated world rankings list.