World #8 Petra Kvitova faces Slovak ace Daniela Hantuchova in the first semi-final showdown.
2010 Wimbledon semi-finalist Kvitova, the highest ranked player left, has impressed on her Devonshire Park debut and the Czech star possesses natural grass skills despite having never won a match on the surface prior to last year’s heroics at SW19.
The 21-year-old left-hander has a battle on her hands against world #25 Hantuchova, who is a rejuvenated player on her seventh visit to Eastbourne.
The 2004 Devonshire Park runner-up has registered impressive wins over French Open champion Li Na and American superstar Venus Williams to reach back-to-back singles semi-finals on the WTA Tour for the first time in four seasons.
Eastbourne regulars Sam Stosur and Marion Bartoli will battle it out for a place in the final for the first time on, and have high top form this season. World #10 Stosur stormed into her third semi-final this season, and saw off top seed Vera Zvonareva in the quarter-finals.
Unorthodox Bartoli is in her fifth successive semi-final at Devonshire Park, having bowed out graciously in the past four encounters. The French ace plays two-handed on both sides and arrived at Devonshire Park on a career-high ranking of world #9 following her heroics at Roland Garros.