Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza was knocked out of the Stanford Classic on Saturday, losing her semi-final 6-3 6-2 to Madison Keys.
Muguruza and Keys traded breaks to start the match before the latter won 12 of the final 14 points to close the first set.
After a very impressive return to action against American Kayla Day on Wednesday evening, Muguruza seemed to pick up right where she left off, sprinting out of the gates to jump out to a commanding 4-0 lead before Konjuh was able to stop the bleeding with a comfortable hold of her own.
Madison Keys will face countrywoman CoCo Vandeweghe in final.
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The American sixth seed took just over an hour to secure her place in the semi-final, but Pavlyuchenkova will rue six double faults and only winning 38 per cent of second serve points.
"I'm five years older, and hopefully I'm more mature", Vandeweghe told reporters.
Keys will play Coco Vandeweghe in Sunday's final after the American's straight sets victory over compatriot Catherine Bellis. This will be the third meeting on hard court. However, how can anybody bet against Muguruza in her current form?
I'll be rooting for Vandeweghe and I think the crowd will help give her that second gear in this match. She's lost just one set in her last nine matches and is hitting the ball with great pace without making many unforced errors. "I'm happy that I did it, and that it didn't turn bad in the second set", Muguruza said.