DUBAI (AFP) - Virginie Razzano reached the biggest final of her career when she produced her fourth successive upset win to earn a showdown with one of the Williams sisters in the WTA Dubai Open on Saturday. The world number 58 from France is will also make a substantial leap, somewhere close to the top 40, after beating Kaia Kinepi, the 16th-seeded Estonian, for the loss of only three games. "I try to make a lot of pressure all the time and play aggressive," said the flat-hitting, high-intensity French woman after her stunning 6-1, 6-2 triumph. Razzano agreed that, following previous wins over Dinara Safina and Vera Zvonareva, both top ten players, and Daniela Hantuchova, a former top ten player, this was the best sequence of success she has had. "I have had a good preparation in November and December at home," she said when asked to explain how this surge in form had come about. "I thought after the Australian Open (where she beat the 14th seeded Patty Schnyder) that I am feeling good. I am able to try my best every time because I have worked hard." By contrast, Kanepi looked tired. She had had four hard matches and never rediscovered the tenacity which enabled her to upset Jelena Jankovic, the 2008 year-end number one, in the third round. After going a break of serve down in the fourth game, Kanepi could not prevent the first set from sliding quickly away from her, often looking slow by comparison with Razzano's twinkling footwork, upbeat gestures, and dashing attacks, especially down both sidelines. Kanepi even lost eight of the first nine games before rallying briefly to break back for 2-2. It was her last significant resistance though, for a double fault and a netted forehand cost her another break of serve, and two more double faults in the seventh game contributed to the collapse of that service game too. "I am very happy with this week," Razzano said, who then caused a laugh when asked if she would watch the other semi-final, the 19th meeting between Venus Williams, the Wimbledon champion, and Serena Williams, the Australian and US Open champion. "Oh no," she said. "I'm going to the spa. I'm going to relax."