Tsz Fung Yip is the number one seed in Birmingham but will face Joshua Masters, the number two seed in the final ©FISU

The top two men's seeds at the World University Squash Championships did not drop a set as they progressed safely through to the final at the University of Birmingham.

Top seed Tsz Fung Yip of Hong Kong is through to the final with straight games victories throughout the tournament.

He beat Malaysia's Addeen Idrakie in the semi-finals, 11-4, 11-6, 11-9.

Yip will face Great Britain's Joshua Masters in the final who also has a record of straight games victories on home soil.

Masters defeated Malaysia's Syafiq Kamal 11-3, 11-7, 13-11 to progress.

The match lasted 37 minutes.

Kamal and Idrakie will stage an all-Malaysian third place play-off match tomorrow.

In the women's draw, South African Alexa Pienaar, who knocked out Britain's top seed Grace Gear in the quarter finals, has progressed to the final.

Pienaar beat Malaysian Zoe Foo in the semi-finals in four games.

The match lasted 23 minutes with Pienaar winning the first 11-7 but she lost the second by the same margin.

Pienaar then won the final two games, 11-5 and 11-6, to secure her place in the final.

She will be joined by Britain's Lily Rhian Taylor who also beat a Malaysian opponent to progress to the final.

Taylor beat Malaysia's Aika Azman in five over 40 minutes.

She dominated the first 11-1 but lost the second 11-7.

She won the third 11-2 but again lost the fourth, 11-7.

The final game finished 11-8, securing her place in the final to face Pienaar.

The beaten semi-finalists will face off in another all-Malaysian third place play-off.

Meanwhile, top seed Gear beat Australian Shehana Vithana in straight games to set up a fifth place play-off with Hong Kong's Ka Wing Ho.

Both the men's and women's finals will be played tomorrow.