Britain's Andy Murray will face Philipp Kohlschreiber at the Madrid Open on Wednesday - just two days after beating him in the Munich Open final.
Murray won his 32nd ATP title - and first on clay - with a gripping three-set victory over the German on Monday.
The British number one is building up to the French Open later this month.
"I hope I can have a good run at one of the next two events, either here or Rome, and get myself ready for the French," said Murray, 27.
The world number three is expecting a tough match against Kohlschreiber, who beat Colombian qualifier Alejandro Falla in the first round in Madrid on Tuesday.
"It was an extremely tough match and a dramatic finish - that always makes it a little bit nicer," Murray said of his rain-delayed victory over the world number 24 in Munich.
"This gives me a little bit more confidence obviously, with the French Open just a few weeks away."