Andy Murray continued his march towards the Wimbledon final with a clinical 6-2 6-3 6-4 third round demolition of Serbia's Viktor Troicki. The British No.1 totally outplayed his opponent in all facets of the game in a performance which will have home fans dreaming of a potential Murray victory in the world's oldest tennis tournament.
Troicki looked nervous during his first game on centre court and Murray capitalised to break the Serb's serve on a number of occasions. The win set Murray up for a fourth round match against Switzerland's Stanislas Wawrinka next week.
With the British No.1 currently combining his obvious natural talent with an appetite for running and a superior fitness level it took just one hour and 36 minutes for Murray to claim victory. Fans and pundits alike will already be dreaming of a Murray-Federer final.