British doubles duo march on
Colin Fleming and Ross Hutchins are through to the doubles quarter-finals at the AEGON Championships.
Fleming and Hutchins beat Belgian duo Steve Darcis and Olivier Rochus to keep alive hopes of British success at Queen's.
Fleming, from Scotland, and Wimbledon-born Hutchins broke Darcis and Rochus twice early in the first set. The Belgians hit back, but the home-grown duo broke again to claim the set 6-2 after just 27 minutes.
The Britons, seeded sixth here, broke early in the second, but a weak service game allowed their opponents back in to put the set on serve.
The Belgians then wilted, however, losing three straight games to hand Hutchins and Fleming a 6-2 6-2 win.
The only other Briton left in action at Queen's is Jamie Murray, who plays alongside Marcos Baghdatis against fifth seeds Mahesh Bhupathi and Rohan Bopanna on court two on Thursday afternoon.
Hutchins and Fleming could now face the Bryan brothers in the quarter-finals if the second seeds win their match against Alex Bogomolov Jr and James Cerretani later on Thursday.