Serbia booked their place in the Hopman Cup final with an easy victory over Germany in Perth on Friday.
World number one Novak Djokovic was rarely troubled in his 6-2 6-0 demolition of Tommy Haas in the opener at Perth Arena.
Djokovic was determined to bounce back from a surprise loss to Australian Bernard Tomic on Wednesday, and it showed as he won in just over an hour.
The Australian Open favourite hit 33 winners in a complete display while his opponent made 21 unforced errors, compared to Djokovic's nine.
That win gave Serbia the ideal start to the night and Ana Ivanovic was even more dominant, thumping replacement Tatjana Malek 6-0 6-1 in 37 minutes.
Malek - a fill-in for the injured Andrea Petkovic, who will miss at least two months with a right knee injury - was simply no match for the red-hot Ivanovic.
It took Malek until the eighth game of the match to open her account and Ivanovic refused to take her foot off the pedal as the Serbian duo set up a final meeting against Spain's Fernando Verdasco and Anabel Medina Garrigues.
Earlier in the day, South Africa defeated France 2-1 in a dead rubber.
Chanelle Scheepers gave the winners the lead, coming from behind to defeat Mathilde Johansson 4-6 6-4 6-4 before Jo-Wilfried Tsonga levelled the tie.
Tsonga had to fight in his 7-6 (7-4) 7-6 (7-3) win over Kevin Anderson but the Frenchman suffered a groin injury in the match and had to pull out midway through the second set of the doubles clash.
Scheepers and Anderson won the first set 6-3, but trailed the second 2-1, before Tsonga retired.