David Nalbandian put an end to Grigor Dimitrov's dream run at the Queen's Club event on Saturday, fighting past the Bulgarian 6-4, 6-4 to book a spot in Sunday's final. Conditions were tough, with heavy winds making serving well almost impossible.
Several breaks of server were traded, but ultimately it was Nalbandian who managed to secure the most important break in each set. Nalbandian, a former Wimbledon finalist, will next play Marin Cilic for the title, after the Croatian beat Sam Querrey earlier in the day. Cilic has never been in a grass court final.