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Spain is like a second home for Donskoy after all the success he's had in this country over the past few years. Seeded fourth this week he's made the most of a very nice quarter of the draw and is in with a chance of making another challenger final after reaching the semis without dropping a set.
The Russian was enduring a dire run of form earlier this year, finally breaking a long sequence of losses last month. However since then, he's been on fire in Eastern Europe, winning the Astana Challenger and making the Penza final.
Brugues-Davi hadn't been playing particularly well recently but he's far more comfortable on hard courts than clay and the Greenset surface this week, suits his game.
He overcame former world junior number one Uladzimir Ignatik 7-5, 6-7(6), 6-2 in a hard fought quarter-final to reach this stage.
Prediction: Donskoy in three.