The British tennis player Andy Murray looked back on course as he made light work of a tricky assignment at Wimbledon.
In front of 15,000 Centre Court fans and thousands watching the match on Henman Hill's giant screen, Murray beat Latvian Ernests Gulbis in straight sets to clear another hurdle towards becoming Britain's first men's singles champion in 73 years.
The number 3 seed demonstrated his full reportire of shots to make up for the scare he'd given the fans in the opening round....
PLAY AUDIO:TENNIS RELAXED
OUT:...IT WAS GOOD.
Meanwhile Lleyton Hewitt, the man who has already lifted the trophy the Scot so cherishes, rolled back the years to cause a big upset... beating 5th seed Juan Martin Del Potro in straight sets.