Richard Gasquet and Jeremy Chardy will contest an all-French final at the Libema Open.
Second-seed Gasquet ended Bernard Tomic’s recent rival, though he was made to work for his 6-4 6-7 6-2 win over the Australian.
Tomic, who beat Gasquet at Wimbledon in 2013, was playing his first ATP semi-final in two years, had to qualify for the tournament.
He made a real fist of it too as the pair shared the opening two tightly-contested sets, but he came up just short.
Chardy, meanwhile, won a relatively straight-forward contest against Australian Matthew Ebdon 6-4 7-5.
It’s Chardy’s first final since the 2009 Mercedes Cup, losing seven semi-finals in the intervening years.
Roger Federer has finally returned to Roland Garros ahead of the 2019 French Open.
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Andy Murray has given another fitness update.
Nick Kyrgios not a fan of Roland Garros.
Richard Gasquet came close to Lyon Open exit.
Matthew Ebden and Andreas Seppi crashed out in the first round of the Geneva Open.
Dane “doing ok,” says father.
Michael Graham on rising stars Zverev and Tsitsipas.
Greek making strides again.
The latest rankings make interesting reading.