The Frenchman Gasquet made his way into the final after beating German Daniel Brands in straight sets 7-5 7-5.
Gasquet managed to avert all three break points and as he took his opponent’s serve once at the end of each set, the match was in his pocket. He will be playing for his 8th ATP Tour title.
In the other semi-final, Russian Nikolay Davydenko overcame top seed David Ferrer of Spain surprisingly easily 6-2 6-3.
After the former world no.3 Davydenko broke Ferrer twice to take the first set, he never looked back. He will be going into the final with a 2-3 head to head record against Gasquet.