Andy Murray blasted his way through to the third round at Wimbledon, hammering Slovenia's Blaz Rola in straight sets.
The British Wimbledon champion lost just two games in the whole match, winning in straight sets 6-1 6-1 6-0.
World number 92 Rola didn't have any reply to Murray's powerful forehand and serve, and simply looked outclassed on Court One.
Andy Murray will now face Jan Hernych from Czech Republic or Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut.
'No trouble, no fuss'
After the match, Murray said: "If you can finish matches as quickly as possible, it helps.
"I'm sure she [Amelie Mauresmo, Murray's coach] will be happy with that, but we'll have a chat this afternoon. I'll rest up and get ready for the next round."
BBC Sport's Andrew Cotter said of the match: "That's as comprehensive a victory as you're likely to see. No trouble no fuss, not too much energy expired... That's a statement from Andy Murray."