It will be an all-French final at the Moselle Open, as top seeds Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Gilles Simon won their respective semifinal matches Saturday.
The second-seeded Simon toppled countrymate Nicolas Mahut, 6-3, 7-6 (7-2) in the first match before the top-seeded Tsonga rallied for a 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 triumph over Florian Mayer of Germany in the second.
Tsonga is the two-time defending champion of this indoor hard court event and Simon won the crown in 2010.
Simon has yet to drop a set this week and on Sunday will play in his second final of 2013. He lost to Feliciano Lopez at the Wimbledon tune-up in Eastbourne back in June.
The 16th-ranked native of Nice is 10-4 lifetime in ATP finals, last winning a tournament last April in Bucharest.
Tsonga won his lone previous title match of 2013, beating Tomas Berdych to capture the February tournament in Marseille. He also beat Simon in the semifinals of that event, improving to 5-2 lifetime against his fellow Frenchman.
Each of Tsonga's wins in the series have come on hard courts, while Simon's two wins have been on clay.
Tsonga is 10-7 lifetime in finals and five of his titles have come in his native country.
The 2013 Metz champion will collect $98,000.