Lee Zii Jia came from a game down to book the Australian Open men's singles final for his third finale in the space of a month.

Lee beat Chinese Taipei's Lee Chia-hao 10-21, 21-15, 21-10 in the semi-finals which saw dominate fairly comfortably in the end to another final.

The world number eight will now on to face Japan's Kodai Naraoka in his bid to secure a second title since he won the Thailand Open last month.

It promises to be another intriguing final against Naraoka who loves engaging in long rallies.

The Japanese has also been impressive to win all his matches in straight games to reach the final.

New women's doubles pairing Lai Pei Jing-Lim Chiew Sien will also contest in Sunday's final after they beat Hong Kong's Yeung Nga Ting-Yeung Pui Lam 21-13, 18-21, 21-14.

They will face Indonesia's Febriana Dwipuji-Amallia Cahaya for the title.

Lai couldn't make it a double final for herself after she and Tan Kiang Meng lost in straight games against top seeds Jiang Zhen Bang-Wei Ya Xin the mixed doubles semis.

Choong Hon Jian-Haikal Nazri also lost to their top seeded opponents 18-21, 9-21 in the men's doubles last four.