Day six of the Australian Open and an early result from Margaret Court Arena, where 12th seed Agnieszka Radwanska books her place in round four with a 6-1 6-2 thrashing of Romania's Simona Halep
World number two Vera Zvonareva looks set to make similarly swift progress after outclassing former doubles partner Lucie Safarova in the opening set and going a break up in the second
But the 2010 Wimbledon and US Open runner-up gets the jitters, twice failing to serve out the match and facing a set point before scrambling to a 6-3 7-6 (11-9) victory in just under two hours
On Show Court 3 the Canadian qualifier Milos Raonic takes the first two sets of 10th seed Mikhail Youzhny and secures a big upset with a four-set win thanks to 32 aces and a whopping 64 winners
Hats and sunglasses look to be the order of the day on another scorcher at Melbourne Park
For the second day running there is a problem with the Plexicushion surface on Hisense Arena, this time causing an interruption during Robin Soderling's third round meeting with unseeded Czech Jan Hernych
There may have been a 10 minute delay at the start of this match but Soderling wastes no time in beating Hernych 6-3 6-1 6-4. The Swede has still to drop a set at Melbourne Park this year
Time for Britain's Andy Murray to take on Guillermo Garcia-Lopez in the third round on Rod Laver and the Spaniard dazzles with a 'hotdog' in only the second point of the match and lead 40-0 in the first game
Murray survives the early firework and goes on to demolish the 32nd speed, dropping four games in 92 minutes. Easy for the Brit and he says: "I made the perfect start but he's a tough player and I played really well"
Next up on Rod Laver is 2004 runner-up Kim Clijsters. The Belgian struggles in the first set but finally overcame Frenchwoman Alize Cornet 7-6 6-3. Not a great 21st birthday for Cornet.
Not a good day at the office for France's Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, losing 3-6 6-3 3-6 6-1 6-1 to Alexandr Dolgopolov. Tsonga says: "It's okay when you play your best level every time and you are consistent. But not like this."
American John Isner and Croatian Marin Cilic begin their third round battle on Margaret Court with a number of strange characters cheering them on from the sidelines
After 272 minutes in blazing conditions Cilic comes through to win 4-6 6-2 6-7 (5-7) 7-6 (7-2) 9-7. 75 winners for Cilic whille Isner made 67. What a marathon and it is the 15th seed who survives
Hopes of a local women's winner are ended when Australian Samantha Stosur is beaten 7-6 (7/5) 6-3 by Petra Kvitova on day six
Austrian Jurgen Melzer sets up a fourth-round clash with Britain's Andy Murray after he overcame Marcos Baghdatis - who was forced to retire in the fourth set because of a hand injury
World number one Rafael Nadal overcomes a spirited challenge from Australian Bernard Tomic to earn a straight-sets 6-2 7-5 6-3 victory