Kyle Edmund thumps Albert Ramos Vinolas, Gael Monfils beats Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Kyle Edmund dropped only two games as he brushed aside Albert Ramos Vinolas to reach the quarter-finals of the European Open.
The top seed took only 56 minutes to beat the Spaniard 6-0, 6-2.
Edmund won the first 10 games of the match as he broke three times in the first set and then raced into a 4-0 lead in the second set before Ramos Vinolas managed to get on the scoreboard.
The British No 1 will face Ilya Ivashka for a place in the semi-final after the Belarusian beat Salvatore Caruso from Italy 6-3, 6-7 (8-10), 7-5.
Second seed Diego Schwartzman ended Cameron Norrie’s run as the Argentine secured a 7-6 (7-1), 6-7 (3-7), 7-5 win over the Brit in two hours and 33 minutes.
Meanwhile, Gael Monfils won the battle of the Frenchman as he beat compatriot and defending champion Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 6-4, 3-6, 6-4.
— Tennis TV (@TennisTV) October 18, 2018
More from Tennis365:
Iga Swiatek calls for new balls as she slams ‘horrible’ US Open balls that ‘fly like crazy’
Iga Swiatek feels officials have made a balls-up.
Cincinnati TV and streaming: When are Daniil Medvedev, Carlos Alcaraz, Cameron Norrie playing?
This way for your projected start times for Thursday’s Western & Southern Open action.
Rafael Nadal philosophical after Cincinnati defeat: ‘You lose. You move forward. I know the way’
Rafael Nadal knows the way.
Andy Murray highlights ‘big concern’ ahead of US Open: ‘I need to try and understand what’s going on’
Andy Murray yet to find a solution to his cramping problem.
Iga Swiatek wants to ‘be fearless again’ as she bounces back while Ons Jabeur ‘wins ugly’
Iga Swiatek and Ons Jabeur back to winning ways.
Rafael Nadal stunned by former world No 12 Borna Coric in Cincinnati: ‘I won, it’s kind of crazy’
Delight for Borna Coric as he upsets Rafael Nadal in Cincy.
Exclusive – Tim Henman backing Emma Raducanu after her stunning return to form
Tim Henman has told Tennis365 that Emma Raducanu will stun the sporting world once again
Emma Raducanu blows past former World No 1 to reach last 16 in Cincy
Emma Raducanu was clearly the better player as she claimed her first win over a top 20 player since her US Open title run.
Andy Murray hit by cramps again Cameron Norrie scrapes battle of the Brits
Andy Murray claimed the opening set but Cameron Norrie saved nine break points and downed the former World No 1.
US Open wildcards: Venus Williams and Dominic Thiem handed slots
Williams, who won at Flushing Meadows in 2000 and 2001, will compete at the age of 42.