Pablo Andujar is one win away from repeating as champion at the Grand Prix Hassan II tennis event.

The third-seeded Andujar posted a 6-3, 7-5 semifinal victory over Italian Flavio Cipolla on Saturday.

Andujar converted five of his 11 break point opportunities to reach his fifth career final. He dropped only three games to Italy's Potito Starace in the championship match here a year ago to claim his only career title.

In Sunday's final, Andujar will face fellow Spaniard Albert Ramos, who battled past Russian Igor Andreev 6-3, 7-6 (9-7).

The seventh-seeded Ramos will be appearing in his first final.

The winner of this $522,000 tournament will collect $71,900.