After five days of intense tennis, four men and four women will battle for the Bendigo Pro Tour titles over the weekend.
In the men's singles tournament, Marc Polmans (Group A), Brydan Klein (Group B), Tom Fancutt (Group C) and Li Tu (Group D) won their sections to advance to the semi-finals.
Polmans plays Fancutt in one semi, while Klein tackles Lu in the other.
India's Pranjala Yadlapalli (Group A), Australia's Belinda Woolcock (Group B) and Jasmine Adams (Group C) and New Zealand's Katherine Westbury (Group D) were undefeated in their round matches and qualified for the final four.
Yadlapalli meets Westbury on Saturday, while Woolcock will starte favourite against Adams.
The two most intriguing groups in the men's section going into the final round were Group A and Group C.
Tournament favourite Polmans had to defeat Jacob Grills to force his way into the semis.
However, when Grills won the opening set in a tie-breaker it appeared as though the top-ranked player could be knocked out early.
Not for the first time this week, Polmans responded strongly.
His consistency wore down Grills the longer the match went.
Polmans won the second set 6-3 and cruised through the final set 6-2 to top the group.
In Group C, the Fancutt versus Calum Puttergill match was also a winner take all scenario.
It proved to be more one-sided than many thought, with the big-serving Fancutt winning 6-4, 6-1 in 95 minutes.
Klein rounded out his preliminary round campaign with a 7-6, 6-2 victory over Alex Bulte, while Tu needed two tie-breakers to take down William Ma.
In the women's section, the final match of the day was the most anticipated contest of the round - Katherine Westbury and Alana Parnaby in a battle for a semi-final berth.
After a tight first set the Group D battle proved to be a bit of a fizzer.
Once Westbury won the first set tie-breaker she took control of the match and raced to a 6-2 win in the second set.
While Westbury was impressive, Yadlapalli and Woolcock are the favourites heading into the weekend.
Both hardly had to get out of second gear to advance to the semi-finals.
Yadlapalli completed a 4-0 sweep of her matches when she outclassed Roison Gilheany 6-2, 6-0 on Friday.
Yadlapalli only conceded 10 games in four matches, while Woolcock was even more ruthless.
The Australian dropped just six games in four matches after she completed a 6-0, 6-0 drubbing of Helena Spiridis on Friday.
Adams made her way through the tricky Group C with an unblemished record.
She warmed up for the semi-finals with a 6-3, 6-3 win over Mia Tskoualas.
Play in the consolation finals starts at 8.30am on Saturday, with semi-finals scheduled to start from about 10am. The starting times for the finals on Sunday are yet to be finalised.
Both the men's and women's tournaments carry prizemoney of USD$20,000.
The second of the Bendigo Pro Tour events hits-off on Monday.