Henin and Mauresmo will meet Saturday in the finals of the $600,000 International Women's Open. Henin is the event's defending titlist and seeded No. 1 this year.
She earned a finals berth with a 6-1, 6-3 romp Friday over eighth-seeded Marion Bartoli while Mauresmo advanced after third-seeded Nadia Petrova retired with a right pectoral strain after Mauresmo won the first set 6-4.
Henin owns a 7-6 edge in career matches against Mauresmo but only one of those matches -- last year's Wimbledon final won by Mauresmo -- was played on a grass court.
Henin owns 33 career titles, including four this year. Mauresmo has won 24 times on the WTA tour. One of those titles came this year.