Heather Watson made it another good day for British hopes at Wimbledon as the youngster beat America's Lee Hampton 6-1 6-4 to make it through to the third round.
The 20-year-old became the first British women to make it through to this stage for 10 years as she echoed the achievements of Elena Baltacha back in 2002.
It was the first time that Watson had made it past the second round at a Grand Slam and she will now play against either Agnieszka Radwanska or the conquerer of Venus William, Elena Veshina.
"People might say on paper it was a good draw, but she made it hard for me and wasn't giving me anything," Watson said. "I don't think Jamie was at her best at the beginning and I tried to take advantage of that.
"All I was saying to myself [on match-point] was 'don't double-fault', but I stayed calm and stayed focused and knew I had to go for it."
Watson, who at the start of the tournament was ranked 103 in the world, made short work of the first set as she broke Hampton's first service game and eventually took the set in just 28 minutes.
Hampton fought back in the second set but Watson had simply to much and she will look to become the first British woman to reach the last 16 since Sam Smith back in 1998.
"I always knew I could play this well, I could get far in these tournaments, but it's different playing like that in practice than bringing it onto the match court at big occasions with pressure. So I'm just pleased that it's finally clicking for me."