This competitive semifinal should be a fun battle between top 50 players. Tomljanovic is seeking a chance to play for her first ever tour level title, while Konta is seeking her fourth but first since early 2017. Both are comfortable on clay, though the surface does not stand out as their strongest. Konta will be coming into this match tired, as all three of her matches here this week have gone a full three sets. Tomljanovic has managed to win easier this week, and has more to gain by an appearance in the final.
These two have faced off three times, with Konta winning two of them, including splitting their two meetings in 2019. All three of these matches took place on hard courts, so their previous meetings cannot be overly relied on. Right now, Tomljanovic has the slight edge, as she has spent less time on court this week, and she has been in better form over the last few months. Both players would benefit strongly in rankings from the trip to the final, and Tomljanovic should have just enough to get past Konta.