A rampant Novak Djokovic completed a stunning 6-0 6-2 6-2 demolition of Lucas Pouille on Friday to storm into his seventh Australian Open final.
The victory set up a mouth-watering title match with arch-rival Rafa Nadal.
The six-times champion was at his devastating best in the one hour-23 minute procession as he gave the hapless Pouille a brutal lesson in Grand Slam tennis.
He thus extended his perfect semi-finals record to 7-0 at Melbourne Park.
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Attacking the lines with machine-like precision, Djokovic broke the 28th-seeded Frenchman seven times and yet never looked in danger of conceding a break point.
Top seed Djokovic claimed the match on the second match point when Pouille netted and the Serb will face Nadal in search of a record seventh title in Melbourne.