Andy Murray has cruised into the third round of Wimbledon after a dominant straight sets victory over Blaz Rola of Slovenia.
The defending champion dropped just two games as he eased to a 6-1 6-1 6-0 victory over the world no. 92 on Court One in just over one hour and 24 minutes.
Murray, seeded third, will take on either Czech veteran Jan Hernych or Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut in the third round, with the duo currently on court.
Following his opening day victory over David Goffin on Centre Court Murray started in similarly imperious fashion as he broke his opponent in the opening game.
The 27-year-old sealed the opening set in under half an hour as he dominated the court and would drop just one game in the second set after again breaking Rola's serve early on.
Murray's vastly superior serve saw him consistently and precisely place each delivery out of the reach of Rola and would break his opponent again in the first game of the third set.
Rola put up minor resistance as he denied the Scot two break points but Murray ended things with an emphatic forehand drop shot to seal his place in the third round in his mission to defend his Wimbledon crown.
"I played well," Murray told BBC Sport after his victory. "I just had to concentrate on my side of the court, and I took care of my serve pretty well.
"This is the first year he's played on grass. He's just come out of college and broken into the top 100, so it was tough for him today."