WATCH: Coco Gauff defeats Kateřina Siniaková to enter first WTA final on clay.

There will be no all-American final in Parma this weekend, but Coco Gauff will attempt to capture the crown against China's Wang Qiang. Meanwhile, Denis Shapovalov and Casper Ruud are preparing to battle for the Geneva Open title.

These are the Top 5 photos from Friday:


1. Coco Gauff

The 17-year-old moved past Katerina Siniakova (who defeated Serena Williams in the second-round), 7-5, 1-6, 6-2, to reach her second career WTA final and her first-ever on the dirt. Gauff will face Wang Qiang for the title at the WTA 250 event.


2. Denis Shapovalov

After a tough three-set loss to Rafael Nadal in Rome last week, the Canadian is bouncing back, and is through to the final round in Geneva. Shapovalov defeated Pablo Cuevas, 6-4, 7-5, to set up a clash with Casper Ruud for the Geneva Open trophy.


3. Casper Ruud

In his fourth straight semifinal appearance, the Norwegian got over the hurdle in Geneva. Ruud took out Pablo Andujar (who defeated Roger Federer in three sets in the second round of the ATP 250), 6-3, 6-2.


4. Wang Qiang

The world No. 48 took the first set seamlessly, but found herself down 1-5 in the second set before rallying to beat Sloane Stephens. Qiang's 6-2, 7-6 (3) win lands her a spot in Parma's final, which marks her first-ever clay-court final and her first one since Zhuhai in 2018.


5. Simona Halep

"It’s with a heavy heart that I announce my withdrawal from Roland Garros this year."

The 2017 Roland Garros champion will not be taking the terre battue this year after enduring a tear in her left calf muscle in Rome. She was forced to retire in the round of 32 at the Internazionali BNL d'Italia against Angelique Kerber, after taking the first set in dominating fashion. The Romanian will be shifting her focus to recovering and healing, but is already looking forward to Roland Garros 2022.