The Guntur-born shuttler will take on the winner of the match between Anders Antonsen and Kenta Nishimoto in the big final on Sunday.
Prannoy demolished Hans-Kristian Vittinghus 21-11, 21-12 to set up a clash with 2016 Australian Open finalist Jeon Hyeok-jin of Korea.
London Games bronze-medallist Saina staved off a spirited challenge from Denmark's rising shuttler Line Hjmark Kjaersfeldt 21-14 11-21 21-10 and is likely to clash with Japan's Akane Yamaguchi in a revenge match.
Mixed doubles pair of Pranaav Jerry Chopra and N Sikki Reddy suffered a 15-21 12-21 loss to fourth-seeded Indonesians Tontowi Ahmad and Liliyana Natsir.
The 24-year-old, who is displaying a classic form on the court, has also become the first Indian shuttler to reach four Super Series finals in a year.
US Open champion HS Prannoy will next face Korea's top seed Son Wan Ho, Srikanth will meet current world champion Viktor Axelsen, while Saina will square off against Japans Akane Yamaguchi.
Mixed doubles combo of Satwik and Ashwini Ponnappa, who had reached the semifinals at Dutch Open last week, lost 19-21 17-21 to a local combo of Niclas Nohr and Sara Thygesen.
Prannoy is hailed as the giant-killer after his rampaging run at the Indonesia Open, he bagged the biggest deal during the recent PBL auction.
Singapore: Indian shuttlers Parupalli Kashyap and H.S. Prannoy notched up superb victories to enter the men's singles quarter-finals at the $300,000 Singapore Open Superseries here on Thursday.The experienced Kashyap came up with a brilliant performance to
New Delhi: Young Indian shuttler H.S. Prannoy created the biggest upset of the Yonex Sunrise India Open when he outplayed top seed and tournament favourite Jan O Jorgensen to advance into the quarter-finals here on
Macau: Indian shuttlers P.V. Sindhu and H.S. Prannoy came out with contrasting wins to enter their respective semi-finals at the $120,000 Macau Open Grand Prix Gold here Friday.While defending champion Sindhu defeated China's Li Han
Macau: P V Sindhu and H S Prannoy entered the quarterfinals of the women's and men's singles of the Macau Grand Prix Gold after posting hard-fought victories in their respective matches, here Thursday.However, it was
Palembang (Indonesia): Indian badminton touched another high Sunday when youngster H.S. Prannoy clinched the men's singles title of the $125,000 Indonesian Masters Grand Prix Gold here Sunday.The fifth seeded Indian won his first GP Gold
Mulheim an der Ruhr (Germany): On a good day for Indians, rising shuttler H.S. Prannoy pulled off one of the biggest upsets of his career by beating fellow countryman and friend Parupalli Kashyap at the