Andy Murray has blasted his way into the final of a big Wimbledon warm-up tournament in London.
The British number one cruised through his semi-final with Spain's Juan Carlos Ferrero, winning 6-2 6-4.
It's the first time Murray has got to a final at a grass court event, and sets him up really well for Wimbledon, which begins on Monday 22 June.
No British player has won the tournament at Queen's Club since a man called Bunny Austin back in 1938.
Murray will play top American player James Blake in the final on Sunday, after his opponent Andy Roddick had to pull out of their match with an injury.