India's Harinder Pal Sandhu is one step away from winning his fourth title as he defeated Piedro Schweertman of the Netherlands to reach the final of the Victorian Open in Melbourne today.
The third-seed Sandhu beat second-seed Piedro 11-5, 11-8, 11-8 in the semi-final.
Sandhu, who has been in good touch, has not dropped a game enroute to the final where he will now meet the top seed Rex Hedrick of Australia in the PSA world tour event, said a SRFI press release here.
As in the earlier matches, fluency marked the Indian's show as he took just 35 minutes to complete the win.
Sandhu, who won the South Australian Open for his third title of the year, had beaten Piedro with a degree of difficulty in Adelaide at the semi-final stage.
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