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Doubles semi-final: Coco Gauff/Cathrine McNally v Asia Muhammad/Taylor Townsend
7:35pm - Big serve from McNally fends off one match point for Townsend and Muhammad but they can't repeat the dose and Townsend and Muhammad are into the final against Serena Williams and Carline Wozniacki.
7:30pm - Both teams hold to love and we are 6-5 in the 2nd with Gauff and McNally again serving to stay in the contest.
7:27pm - We stay on serve with Gauff and McNally serving to stay in the match at 4-5.
7:17pm - Still on serve .... 4-3 to Muhammad and Townsend but they look most likely to break.
7:07pm - Close going in the 2nd frame ... we are on serve at 3-2 to Muhammad and Twonsend.
7:01pm - On serve in the 2nd set ..... Muhammad and Townsend up 2-1.
6:47pm - That's the 1st set in 25 minutes for Muhammad and Townsend .... they look in superb form against the young American pair.
6:40pm - Gauff and McNally staring down the barrell .... they trail 4-1 in the 1st.
6:32pm - Muhammad and Townsend lead 2-1 with a break in the 1st set.
Serena Williams v Amanda Anisimova (6-1, 6-1)
6:04pm - That's it .... Williams holds and takes the match and books her spot in Sunday's final against jessica Pegula. She's also in the doubles final.
6:01pm - Anisomova on the board in the 2nd set ... Williams serving for the match.
5.56pm - Anisimova just being overwhelmed .... Serena leads 5-0 on 12 2nd set minutes.
5:54pm - Williams putting on a clinic against her talented opponent .... up 3-0 in the 2nd.
5:48pm - Williams continues to roll.....up 1-0 in the 2nd holding serve in the first game.
5:43pm - Williams breaks for a third time in the set and claims it 6-1 in a little over 30 minutes.
5:35pm - Anisimova is on the board, holding in her third service game. Williams leads 4-1 1st set.
5:28pm - Serena off to a flying start ... breaks to love in the third game and has a 3-0 lead.
5:24pm - Serena breaks serve in the first game of the match.
5:09pm - Next up the No.1 seed Serena Williams takes on Amanda Anisimova the No.3 seed.
Caroline Wozniacki v Jessica Pegula (6-3, 4-6, 0-6)
5:02pm - Game over, that's it, a thrashing in the final set.
4:53pm - Pegula is playing out of her skin right now, she breaks again and has a 4-0 lead.
4:47pm - Wozniacki is broken in her first service game in the last set and is under the pump now.
4:41pm - Pegula holds to love in the first game of the last set, the more aggressive player right now.
4:36pm - Cracking work from the American, she breaks back and holds to win the second set to send to a decider.
4:09pm - Wozniacki breaks back and will serve to get back to level terms, she trails 3-2.
4:01pm - Cracking start from Pegula and she's a break up in the second.
3:56pm - The American holds her serve to open the second set.
3:52pm - Wozniacki holds and takes the opening set.
3:46pm - She holds.
3:42pm - Wozniacki breaks once again and will serve to be within one game of the first set.
3:35pm - Wozniacki holds and has the first set lead.
3:16pm - The Dane breaks back, greart work from Wozniacki.
3:11pm - Cracking start from the American and she breaks the Dane in the opening game.
3:01pm - Both ladies are on court and warming up.
2:48pm - First up we have the first semi-final Caroline Wozniacki v Jessica Pegula, that will get underway in a little over 10 minutes.
Kia ora, good afternoon and welcome to Newshub's live coverage of the ASB Classic women's tournament from Auckland, where the finalists will be found.
TAB Odds: To win the tournament
Serena Williams : $1.75
Caroline Wozniacki: $3.75
Amanda Anisimova: $4.50
Jessica Pegula: $13
Serena Williams, Caroline Wozniacki on course for doubles, singles final in Auckland
Serena Williams and Caroline Wozniacki have booked their place in the doubles final of the ASB Classic in Auckland - and there's still the possibility they could face off in the singles.
On Friday, Williams and Wozniacki overcame Belgian pair Kirsten Flipkens and Alison van Uytvanck 7-6 (11-9) 6-2 to win their doubles semi-final to book their place in the final.
They'll face Cori 'Coco' Gauff and Caty McNally or Asia Muhammad and Taylor Townsend in the decider, those pairs playing in the second semi-final on Saturday.
Before winning their doubles match, Williams and Wozniacki had won their respective quarter-finals singles matches, beating Germany’s Laura Siegemund and Julia Gorges.
Williams will face Amanda Anisimova for a spot in the singles final, while Wozniacki squares off against Jessica Pegula.
Williams is excited of the prospect of doing the double in Auckland, having previously done it multiple times with her older sister Venus, most notably at Wimbledon in 2002,09, 12 and 16.
"I've done it before with my sister so I'm good at this," said Williams. "We're still really close, me and my sister, so I'm sure me and Caroline will still be super close.
"We've still got to win matches, we're not in the final yet."
Wozniacki, who is retiring after the Australian Open later this month echoed Williams' thoughts.
"It feels great," Wozniacki said after reaching the doubles final. "It's been so much fun.
"We started moving our feet really well in the second set and Serena always has my back out there so it was awesome, so much fun.
"I'm so happy to be here, happy to be playing with Serena, so happy to be through in the singles."
Williams and Wozniacki had never played doubles together prior to this tournament.