Albury's own Ella Brown will play in her first Margaret Court Cup singles final on her home turf on Tuesday.
Number two seed Brown took out her under-14 girls semi-final clash with Vaiani Dusserre-Valleaux 3-6, 5-7 in just under two hours at the Albury grasscourts on Monday, guaranteeing her a place in the tournament decider.
Brown will now have to face number one seed Chelsea Elliott on Tuesday morning.
Prior to this year's tournament Brown had previously gone as far as the quarter-finals.
Brown isn't the only Border tennis product who has been enjoying the tournament on their back door step, with young guns Chelsea McGrath and Jordyn Hopkins making the most of the experience the Cup has to offer.
McGrath has been entering the tournament since 2014 and said she enjoys taking to the court each year and the challenge her matches present.
"I guess it's just being able to play on the grass courts," McGrath said.
"It's a massive tournament with so many players from all around Australia and the world with all of the ITF (International Tennis Federation) players that come over.
"The new friendships you make are great."
This year McGrath played in the under-16's girls competition, bowing out to the number four seed in the second round.
The talented up and comer said it was great to be taking on players she had never previously come across before at other tournaments.
Fellow Albury tennis enthusiast Jordyn Hopkins agreed the competition is strong every time, with the 14-year-old having played in the Margaret Court Cup for the past four years.
After taking on the under-12's previously, Hopkins is now tackling the under-14's competition.
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"It's pretty fun," Hopkins said.
"Getting to meet new people, like from Japan, I think it's a pretty great experience for everyone.
"Obviously a lot of the international players are pretty good, so there's good competition, but it's all a learning curve I guess.
"You get some good match play out there and it's good practice for every one.
"It's a good time of the year."
The Albury girls continue to take to the court for their respective doubles events as the tournament heads into it's last day on Tuesday.
After that both McGrath and Hopkins will move to Wodonga to contest the Victorian Junior Grass Court Championship before heading to the third consecutive tournament in Yarrawonga.