Serena Williams booked her spot in yet another Australian Open fourth round with a thrashing of Nicole Gibbs on Saturday.
World number two Williams was in no mood to hang around on Rod Laver Arena, easing to a 6-1 6-3 win in just 63 minutes.
Chasing a 23rd grand slam title, Williams has now reached at least the last 16 at Melbourne Park in her past 10 appearances.
Williams has had a tricky start to the year's first major, although a third-round clash with fellow American and world number 92 Gibbs proved anything but.
Gibbs won just three games in her only previous meeting against Williams in 2012, and a similar result always looked like following.
Despite her aggression, Gibbs - the 23-year-old in the third round of a major for just the second time - was no match for the power of Williams, who dictated from the baseline.
Williams controlled most points, while Gibbs' best moments came in the longer exchanges.
A six-time champion in Melbourne, Williams was in cruise control for the most part as she set up a clash against Barbora Strycova.
Williams  bt Gibbs 6-1 6-3
Williams - 17/26
Gibbs - 9/21
Williams - 4
Gibbs - 2
BREAK POINTS WON
Williams - 5/8
Gibbs - 1/2
FIRST SERVE PERCENTAGE
Williams - 50
Gibbs - 50
PERCENTAGE OF POINTS WON ON FIRST/SECOND SERVE
Williams - 83/57
Gibbs - 52/41
Williams - 61
Gibbs - 39