Alfie Hewett will play for a fourth French Open wheelchair singles title.
The world number one eased to a 6-2 6-2 victory over Argentinian Gustavo Fernandez to turn the tables, having heavily lost to the third seed in the semi-finals last year.
Hewett, from Norfolk, is chasing three-successive slam singles crowns having also won in New York and Melbourne, and it will be 17-year-old Japanese player Tokito Oda on the other side of the net again.
The pair are one and two in the world rankings but Hewett has won all three meetings this year, including at the Australian Open for the loss of only four games.
Henry Searle's strong run in the juniors ended with a 7-6 (3) 6-3 loss to third seed Dino Prizmic in the quarter-finals of the boys' singles.
Searle was the first British boy to make it to the last eight since Kyle Edmund 10 years ago and was looking to become the first since Andy Murray in 2005 to reach the last four.
But Croatian Prizmic, who was watched by Goran Ivanisevic, already has a top-300 ranking in the men's game and, although Searle put up a good fight, he was unable to claim victory.
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