Andy Murray cruised into round three of the Shanghai Masters on Wednesday by beating America’s Steve Johnson in straight sets.
The British no.1, seeded third in the tournament, needed just 76 minutes to dispatch Johnson, who had dumped Andreas Seppi out in the first round.
Murray countered 19 unforced errors with 19 winners, including this well-executed lob in the final game.
Murray’s first serve percentage was 57% and he won 84% of points in which he landed his first serve.
The Scot was broken once, but he made up for it by cracking Johnson’s serve on four occasions.
Next up for Murray is another American, in the shape of John Isner.
Murray is aiming to win his third Shanghai title, having triumphed in 2010 and 2011.