The Swiss Jil Teichmann and the American Jennifer Brady will contest the final of the Lexington tournament, in the United States, after solving their respective semifinal clashes.
Teichmann, 63rd in the world, took 72 minutes to overcome American Shelby Rogers, winner of Serena Williams in the quarterfinals. The result was 6-3 and 6-2.
It will be the third final in the career of the Swiss tennis player, the first on a hard court. She is aiming for her third trophy after winning the 2019 Prague and Palermo tournaments.
As an opponent for the title, she will have Jennifer Brady of the United States, who beat her compatriot Cori Gauff, 16, who was aiming to win her second career title at Lexington after conquering Linz last year.
Brady, 25, ranked 49th in the WTA ranking, won 6-2, 6-4 in one hour and twelve minutes, to reach her second final after the one she lost in 2019 in Indian Wells.