Agnieszka Radwanska has been winning a lot lately and she sees no reason to slow down now.
Radwanska cooled off the hot Jamie Hampton, 6-3, 6-2, in her semifinal on Saturday to advance to the final of the Bank of the West Classic at Stanford's Taube Family Tennis Center.
Hampton entered play this week enjoying her best season yet. She still hasn't won a WTA Tour title yet. Radwanska has won 12 of them.
Hampton does have a victory over Radwanska, beating her en route to her first career final in Eastbourne last month.
Radwanska is 36-10 on they year, and playing in her 13th tournament. She's winning over 78 percent of her matches on the season and is on pace to shatter her own personal best of 59 wins from last year.
Radwanska, the tournament's top seed and the fourth-ranked player in the world, will have to get past third-seeded and 25th ranked Dominika Cibulkova, who beat No. 5 seed Sorana Cirstea earlier in the day.
This won't be the first time these two have squared off in a final. Radwanska downed Cibulkova, 6-0, 6-0, in January at Sydney.
"Tennis is a lot about mentally," Cibulkova said. "If you will see that match, you will not believe it can be like that because I was putting pressure all the time. All the first six or seven games of that match I had game point or break point, and I just couldn't make it. It was like something really bad was happening. I was down 6-0, 3-0 and I was only thinking about one thing: just to make one game, and it didn't happen. It was really bad."
Radwanska, who reached the semifinal at Wimbledon, has beaten Cibulkova in all four of their previous meetings. She was extended to three sets once, at Doha in 2008.
"She was playing great matches in Sydney and then suddenly I think she was a little bit too nervous in the final," Radwanska said. "And then game by game she was getting frustrated. But I don't think she's the kind of player that can do that again."
History has to be in Radwanska's corner, as any losing streak can be bothersome, especially when it appeared so lop-sided. Radwanska's shutout at Sydney was the first in a final in seven years.
Sunday's doubles final will feature No. 2 seed Julia Georges and Darija Jurak, who beat Hao-Ching Chan and Vera Dushevina, 6-4, 6-4, in Saturday's early semifinal, against the winner of the late match between Racquel Kops-Jones and Abigail Spears and Daniela Hantuchova and Lisa Raymond.