Switzerland to face Sweden in women's world curling final
Title match set for Sunday in Denmark
Switzerland's Silvana Tirinzoni defeated South Korea's Minji Kim 5-3 on Saturday to secure a berth in the final of the world women's curling championship.
Switzerland scored a deuce in an extra end for the victory.
"I don't have any words," Tirinzoni said. "It's been such a hard week actually, for every game, for every rock. Now we are in the final [and] it feels amazing."
The medal games are set for Sunday. Japan and South Korea will play for bronze.
In the morning quarter-finals, Switzerland edged China's Jie Mei 7-6 while Japan dumped Russia's Alina Kovaleva 11-3.
Canada's Chelsea Carey did not qualify for the six-team playoffs. It was the first time in 20 years that Canada missed the playoffs at the event.