Novak Djokovic takes on Australia's Lleyton Hewitt this afternoon in the third round of the men's singles at the London 2012 Olympic Games (13:30 BST start).
Djokovic's second round clash with Andy Roddick was billed as the highlight of Tuesday's Olympic tennis action at Wimbledon, but instead it turned out to be one of the most one-sided matches at the Games so far as the brilliant Serb blitzed through, 6-2 6-1.
Hewitt was equally delighted after seeing off Queens champion Marin Cilic. After winning two titles in the past month, many saw Cilic as an outsider for a medal heading into the Games, but Hewitt's nifty footwork and accurate serving saw him progress 6-4 7-5, as he frustrated Cilic into 21 unforced errors.
"I beat a guy ranked 14 in the world in straight sets, that is massive for me confidence-wise," Hewitt said afterwards.
"I didn’t do too much wrong out there today and he is a tough guy to play against, he pushes the best guys in the world on any kind of surface and I am over the moon with the win."
However, Djokovic's form was scarily good against Roddick as he smashed home 34 winners and made just six unforced errors. He played Hewitt in the fourth round of January's Australian Open winning in four sets, but Hewitt will do well to get a set this time.
"It doesn’t get much tougher," Hewitt admitted ahead of today's clash.
"I saw a little bit of his match against Andy and he played some pretty good tennis. I don’t have a lot to lose, though, I can go out there and enjoy it.
"Most likely this will be my last chance at playing the Olympics for Australia and you just want to suck it in out there and really enjoy the moment."
Prediction: Djokovic in two.