Fourth seed Li Na insists rankings have no relevance in tonight's women's final at the Australian Open.
The Chinese player meets the tournament surprise package, 20th seed Dominika Cibulkova in the decider.
Li says experience is important, but reputation doesn't mean much once you're on court.
"During our final it's special. Final is final, just one match. So I still have to hit the ball, to try to do my best. I cannot wait for my opponent to make a mistake."
Cibulkova says she's had a dream run through the tournament, and is well set up for her first Grand Slam final.
"When you look at it this way it is nice for me. I didn't spend so much time on the court, and I'm playing in Grand Slam.
"The only three set match was against Sharapova. So that's something unbelievable."
Li has simple ambitions for tonight's final.
She lines up in the decider in Melbourne for the third time..
Li required two medical timeouts and a concussion test in last year's final after falling over several times.
She says her first battle is staying on her feet.
"Pretty close to the trophy. I try to not fall down this time, because last year in the final I think I played well but I only can say it's unlucky because down twice."
Li Na has won all four of the previous encounters between the two.Play is underway from 9.30pm.