Second seed Dudi Sela clashes with the young Ukrainian Sergey Bubka in the last four of the Vancouver Challenger.
Of all the players in this field, Sela has the most pedigree having once been ranked inside the world's top 30 and seeded at the slams. However he couldn't maintain that form and he's currently ranked 114 and hoping to get back inside the top 100.
Sela's natural talent has always been evident ever since he was a junior when he was tipped to reach the top but he's always struggled for consistency particularly at this level. He narrowly avoided a first round defeat against his compatriot Amir Weintraub and since then he's stepped up a level and ended the hopes of Canada's Steven Diez 6-4, 6-3 in the quarters.
Bubka (the son of the legendary pole vaulter with the same name) is seeded sixth and on the rise, currently ranked 151 in the world. He's needed three sets in every single one of his matches so far but in fairness it's been a tough draw, getting Binghampton finalist Fritz Wolmarans in round one and fast rising American junior Bradley Klahn in the second round.
Prediction: Sela in three.