Andy Murray is safely through to the third round of the AEGON Championships at Queen's after a straight-sets victory over Nicolas Mahut of France.
Returning to action after a back injured forced him to miss the French Open, the world No 2 was made to wait to complete his first grass-court win of the season as rain put paid to any further play on Wednesday with the Scot a set to the good.
Play resumed today with the score at 2-2 in the second set and continued with serve, ensuring a tie break was needed to decide the set.
Murray was rarely troubled and set up match point with a magnificent forehand down the line. He duly converted it on the next point to wrap up a 6-3 7-6 (7-4) win.
The British No 1 returns to the court on Thursday afternoon for his third round match with Australian Marinko Matosevic.
There was not such good news for fellow Brit Dan Evans, who lost 6-0 6-3 in just 57 minutes to third seed Juan Martin Del Potro.
Evans had already seen off Guido Pella and 13th seed Jarkko Nieminen to set up a meeting with the world No 8 and the Argentinian proved far too strong for Britain's Davis Cup star.
Del Potro will now face four-time Queen's champion Lleyton Hewitt for a place in the semi-final while Evans will move on to Wimbledon, where he has a qualifying wildcard entry.