Andy Murray is into the third round of the Australian Open, after a straight sets win over Marcel Granollers.
After a slow start fourth seed Murray got into his stride, and raced to 6-4 6-2 6-2 triumph.
Murray's first round match finished after just 45 minutes when his opponent was injured, so this longer test should help the Scot get into top form.
But the news wasn't so good for Brit Elena Baltacha, who after a good start, lost to 20th seed Amelie Mauresmo.
Elena Baltacha hits out against Amelia Mauresmo
Baltacha, currently ranked number 134 in the world, took the first set against the former winner of the tournament, but couldn't hold on.
Mauresmo, who was Australian Open champion three years ago, upped her game and sealed the win, 4-6 6-3 6-2.
Murray's third round match comes on Saturday, when he will play number 31 seed Jurgen Melzer, from Austria.