Roger Federer moved a step closer to winning a ninth Gerry Weber Open title by beating Mischa Zverev to reach the quarter-finals after Kei Nishikori suffered another injury setback just 11 days before Wimbledon gets under way.
Federer has already won three title titles this season, including the Australian Open - his first Grand Slam success in five years.
He will next face Karen Khachanov, who defeated Andrey Rublev 7-6 (8), 4-6, 6-3.
Another quarterfinal will pit Alexander Zverev against Roberto Bautista Agut. Gasquet rolled through first and third sets, taking them both 6-1, but endured a blip in losing the second.
Gasquet will now play the victor of the last quarter-final between local favourite fourth seed Alexander Zverev and Spaniard Roberto Bautista-Agut later on Friday.
But a week on and Federer looked in better nick, dispatching Zverev with relative ease in Germany.
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The World No. 5 has yet to drop a set in Halle this week.
For that reason, RealSport will back Zverev to win a tight match and come through to the Halle final, just as he did past year.
At 5-4 down in the opening set, Zverev would rally to save three set points to eventually force a tiebreaker.
Zverev made the last four at the Ricoh Open last week before succumbing to the big-serving Gilles Muller and the 20-year-old impressed again in Halle to overcome Kohlschreiber.
However, the young shuttler, who has had very little experience on grass at the highest level, might find it hard to match Federer's class in today's big clash.
He then converted his first match point. The 19-year-old Rublev, who received a wild card for the grass-court tournament, will face another Russian in Karen Khachanov in the next round.