The fourth-seeded Indian will face the second-seeded Denis Kudla of United States in the final on Sunday. This is his seventh singles final on the Challenger circuit. He has won two titles – Anning (China, April 2018) and Bengaluru (November 2018).
Prajnesh had earlier notched up thrilling wins over former World No.21 Thomaz Bellucci of Brazil and former World No. 8 Jack Sock of United States to move to the semifinals.