Alexander Zverev sets up final against Felix Auger Aliassime in Cologne

Zverev downs hobbled Harris to make Cologne semi-finals

Zverev downs hobbled Harris to make Cologne semi-finals

Top-Seed Alexander Zverev stopped Lloyd Harris, World No. 92 from South Africa, 6-4, 3-6, 6-0 while finishing second Roberto Bautista Agut also issued a bagel decider to sixth Hubert Hurkacz from Poland who came through 7-6 (4) 5-7, 6-0.

Russia's Andrey Rublev edged closer to a maiden appearance in the ATP Finals on Saturday when he defeated fellow London season-finale hopeful Denis Shapovalov to reach the Saint Petersburg final.

Bautista Agut is playing his second semifinals of the season after reaching the last four in Cincinnati, where he fell to Novak Djokovic.

"It's a good win. As a player you know you're happy when your shots are going where you want them to go, and that's really how I felt today".

Zverev is looking for his first title of the year and his third in his native Germany following victories at the clay-court Munich tournament in 2017 and 2018.

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"I've practised with him many times back home".

"We've already played twice and for sure it's the start of our careers and we're going to play many times". It's his first appearance in Germany since playing in Hamburg previous year.

Just two qualification positions remain vacant for the ATP Finals, to be held from November 15-22.

"I struggled on the opening game on my serve, and since then everything went uphill", Auger-Aliassime said. "In my mind I knew it was going to still be a hard match, but the way I started playing and with what I had today in me, I just felt like I would get chances at one point during the match. I didn't feel like I played so bad, so I kept believing", Auger-Aliassime said.

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