The man with the best set of wheels in tennis has sped into the third round of the Australian Open.
Local hope Alex de Minaur made light work of Pablo Cuevas, downing the Uruguayan 6-3 6-3 7-5 on Margaret Court Arena on Thursday night.
While compatriots Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis spent three-and-a-half and four-and-half hours respectively on court in second round clashes, de Minaur checked out in under two.
It had followed an equally breezy first-round win over Tennys Sandgren and sets up a last 32 encounter with Fabio Fognini.
The Italian also endured a lengthy - and sometimes heated - second round encounter on Thursday, needing an epic fifth-set tiebreaker to beat countryman Salvatore Caruso.
De Minaur's win already equals his best Open run of 2019, the 21-year-old missing last year's Melbourne Park tilt with an abdominal injury.
With showers in the area, the roof was closed midway through the match, but it hardly mattered for de Minaur who offered perspective on the situation after the match.
"It got a little bit heavier out here but I just think the biggest thing is to adapt," he said.
"That's one of the biggest things I've learned with the last year with COVID. You've got to be versatile; you've got to adapt and be ready for any situation."
The fleet-footed 21-year-old set up the win with early breaks in the first two sets against the 35-year-old veteran.
The third was a little less straightforward.
At 3-4 de Minaur lost his way to leave Cuevas serving for the set.
But regular programming quickly resumed when he broke straight back, held and cracked Cuevas again to seal the match.
"Pablo's a very skilled veteran player and I knew I had to be on top of my game to get through tonight," de Minaur said.
"I'm very happy how I maintained my focus throughout the whole match and played some great quality tennis. Yet again, happy to be back."
A tasty round-of-16 encounter looms against Stefanos Tsitsipas, who moved through to the third round with his gruelling five-set win over Kokkinakis.