Andy Murray has confirmed his place in the Queen's Club final after overcoming Serbia's Viktor Troicki in a delayed match.
Saturday's semi-final was called off due to rain with the score tied at 3-3 in the first set. Play resumed at 11am (BST) on Sunday 21 June.
Three-time champion Murray took just 65 minutes to seal a 6-3 7-6 (7-4) victory over Troicki and will take on South Africa's Kevin Anderson at 2.25pm.
Murray will have just two hours to recover for his meeting with Anderson.
"I'll go and see my physio, get stretched out, get some food down me, shower and get myself ready for the final," Murray told BBC Sport.
"I enjoy playing big servers. It's obviously a challenge but the return has always been the strongest part of my game.
"I'll need to return well later if I want to have a chance of winning."