CENTRE COURT start 11:30 am
[1] Veronika KUDERMETOVA (RUS) / Galina VOSKOBOEVA (KAZ) vs [3] Sorana CIRSTEA (ROU) / Andreea MITU (ROU)

This will be the first meeting between Iga Swiatek and Polona Hercog.

It’s 17-year-old Swiatek’s first WTA-level final in just her third main draw. Previous best results include a main draw win at the 2019 Australian Open and a second round finish in Budapest - both from qualifying. Swiatek is yet to lose a professional final, having won the trophy in all seven ITF World Tour finals she has contested.

Read more: Swiatek soars into first WTA final in Lugano

Last year's junior Wimbledon champion, Swiatek’s results in Lugano make her the new Polish No.1, and she is set to make her Top 100 debut on Monday. A win today would seal the first title for Poland since Agnieszka Radwanska's final trophy at Beijing in 2016. This time last year, Swiatek was ranked World No.692 and on her way to winning her first ITF W25 title in Pelham as a qualifier - a title run that saw her drop just 21 games in eight matches.

Read more: Hercog slides past Ferro into Lugano final

Meanwhile, Hercog is aiming to claim her third career WTA singles title. The Slovenian won back-to-back titles on the clay courts of Bastad in 2011 and 2012. It is Hercog's sixth final overall, and her first since Istanbul last April.

In photos: Vive la difference! 16 titles, 16 winners in 2019 so far

This season’s historic streak of unique winners is guaranteed to continue. There have been 16 players who have lifted WTA trophies this season, and not a single repeat champion. With the finalists set in Bogota and Lugano, the streak will extend to 18 tournaments and 18 unique winners.