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Switzerland's Nadia Pfister from took only 18 minutes to outclass Madian Zafar from Pakistan while Naouran El-Torky from Egypt defeated Zahab Kamal Khan in straight games.
Yesterday's victory, over qualifier Rogier Wassen, told us little other than the veteran Spaniard can still hold a racket, and he is likely to be outclass by a player going places.
The Briton, who had extended his lead to 18-11 by the end of the round, stepped up another gear in the third and the referee stopped the contest on the outclass rule when he moved 32-12 ahead.
Spent part of last year under repair for a stress fracture, but back in excellent form now and she is expected to outclass this moderate opposition.
The English-trained daughter of Night Shift should outclass her fifteen rivals from her favourable draw in stall number two.