The New Zealand tennis player Michael Venus has reached the finals of the doubles at the latest world tour event in Colombia.
In the Bogota semifinals on Sunday, Venus and his Croatian partner Mate Pavic defeated Fabrice Martin (France) and Purav Raja (India) 4-6 6-3 11-9.
They now face the experienced pair of Frenchman Eduard Roger Vasselin and Czech Radek Stepanek for the title.
Venus and Pavic will be aiming for their second career ATP doubles title after winning at Nice earlier in the year.
Australia's Bernard Tomic defeated Michael Berrer of Germany to reach the final of the singles for the second year in a row.
Tomic advanced 6-4, 6-7 (4), 7-6 (3) and he will defend his title against Frenchman Adrian Mannarino.
It is the second career final for the 33rd-ranked Mannarino, who this year was runner-up in Auckland.
Meanwhile, New Zealand's Artem Sitak reached the doubles semifinals of the Swedish Open in Bastad with partner Nicholas Monroe before they lost to the top seeded Colombians Juan Cabal and Robert Farah on Friday.
Venus, Sitak along with Davis Cup team mate Marcus Daniell will all play at the Atlanta ATP tournament next week.