Neil Robertson set up a showdown with world number one Judd Trump as he coasted past Shaun Murphy 6-1 to reach the final of the German Masters in Berlin.

Earlier, Trump had held off Graeme Dott 6-4 as he continued to build some momentum following an early exit at Alexandra Palace last month.

Saturday's evening match at the Tempodrom saw Australian Robertson display little sign of easing off following his European Masters triumph in Austria.

The 37-year-old world number three lost the opening frame, but, capitalising on a mistake from Murphy, soon settled into his rhythm to take control at 4-1 after a clearance of 136.

Robertson, world champion in 2010, was soon on the verge of the final, again punishing Murphy as he went on to produce a break of 129 which sealed an impressive victory.

Trump, meanwhile, had earlier been forced to come from behind against Dott as the pair headed into the mid-session interval at 2-2.

A clearance of 70 helped Trump move in front at 4-3, only for Dott, world champion in 2006, to respond again as he edged a tight eighth frame on the black.

However, a break of 110 then put Trump - who won five ranking events during 2019 - within touching distance of victory, which was secured when he claimed the next frame 72-2.