Aniek van Koot beat second seed Yui Kamiji of Japan to reach the women’s singles wheelchair tennis final at Wimbledon.
The Dutch player triumphed 6-3, 6-4 at the All England Club and will now have the opportunity to avenge her 2018 final loss to compatriot Diede de Groot, who defeated South Africa's Kgothatso Montjane 6-3, 6-2 in the other semi-final.
The top seed, de Groot is aiming to complete a hat-trick of Wimbledon women’s singles titles having overcome Germany’s Sabine Ellerbrock in the 2017 final.
The men’s singles semi-finals went to form with top seed Shingo Kunieda of Japan and second seed Gustavo Fernández of Argentina both advancing.
Kunieda moved to within one win of wrapping up a career Grand Slam by beating two-times defending champion Stefan Olsson of Sweden 4-6, 6-2, 6-3.
Fernández, meanwhile, defeated France’s Stéphane Houdet 6-0, 6-4 as he continued his individual quest to become the first player to win a calendar year Grand Slam.
Also held today was the first quad wheelchair doubles final at Wimbledon with Britain's Andy Lapthorne and Australian partner Dylan Alcott beating the United States' David Wagner and Japan's Koji Sugeno 6-2, 7-6.
Quad wheelchair tennis is making its competitive debut at Wimbledon having appeared as an exhibition event last year.
Lapthorne and Alcott will contest tomorrow's quad singles final.
"It’s amazing," Lapthorne said.
"To be the first quad doubles team going up on that winners' board means everything to me and I’m really looking forward to tomorrow now.
"You had a mix of Aussies and Londoners cheering for one team – it was great."