Andy Murray crushed Alex Bogomolov Jr in the second round of the Japan Open today.
The Scot, who landed the Thailand Open title on Sunday, raced to a 6-1 6-2 success over the American in 58 minutes.
Murray, the second seed, made hard work of beating Marcos Baghdatis in the opening round, but was in no mood to hang around today as he broke five times to seal victory.
Murray, who sent down 11 aces, did not face a single break point, winning 95% of points on his first serve.
The American struggled badly on his own delivery, Murray winning 71% of points on the American's second serve.
He broke three times in the opening set and twice in the second as his 28-year-old opponent was blown away.
The win was the world number four's 18th in his last 19 matches, the lone defeat in that run coming at the hands of Rafael Nadal in the US Open semi-finals.
Murray could get the chance to avenge that defeat in Tokyo with the pair scheduled to meet in the final.