Novak Djokovic made swift progress through to the fourth round of the Sony Open in Miami after dispatching Somdev Devvarman for the loss of six games.
Djokovic, who started the year by retaining his Australian Open crown in Melbourne, was too strong for the Indian, who did not possess the tools to trouble the world number one.
Djokovic broke in the opening game and again for 5-2 before claiming the opening set.
Easy work: Novak Djokovic lost just six games on the way to beating Somdey Devvarman
HEAT EXTEND THEIR STREAK
Just hours after cruising past the Indian Devvarman on Sunday, Djokovic swapped centre court for a basketball court as he watched the Miami Heat in NBA action.
The world No 1 made the short trip from the Crandon Park Tennis Center to the American Airlines Arena and sat courtside to watch Lebron James and Co take on the Charlotte Bobcats.
The Heat despatched the lowly Bobcats 109-77 to extend their amazing winning streak to 26 matches, the second longest in NBA history.
Miami are just seven short of equalling the record 33-game winning streak set by the Los Angeles Lakers during the 1971-72 season.
Devvarman refused to throw in the towel but he was powerless to prevent Djokovic from claiming a further break in the second on his way to a 6-2 6-4 win in 69 minutes.
The Serbian has lost just one match in 2013, to Juan Martin Del Potro in Indian Wells, and he will look to maintain that impressive statistic against Tommy Haas in the last 16.
Veteran German Haas, seeded 15, today edged out Alexandr Dolgopolov 6-3 6-2.
David Ferrer had few alarms in advancing, beating Italian Fabio Fognini 6-1 7-5, and the third seed will next meet Japanese Kei Nishikori.
Nishikori took advantage of opponent Xavier Malisse struggling with his string tension as he moved through 6-2 7-5.
Seventh seed Janko Tipsarevic progressed after gutsing out a three-set win over big-serving South African Kevin Anderson.
Anderson claimed the opener but the match drifted firmly in Tipsarevic's direction when he won the second on a tie-break and he ran through the decider to go through 4-6 7-6 (7/5) 6-0.
Not like you need the help, Novak! Djokovic put on a show at half-time of the Miami Heat match
On top: The World No 1 took just 69 minutes to take care of the Indian Devvarman
In the other completed third-round clash, 11th-seeded Frenchman Gilles Simon beat Grega Zemlja 6-4 6-4. He will play Tipsarevic next.
On the women's side, third seed Maria Sharapova ousted fellow Russian Elena Vesnina 6-4 6-2 despite facing nine break points.
Sharapova will meet Klara Zakopalova in the fourth round following her 6-2 7-6 (7/4) win over Maria Kirilenko.
Sixth seed Angelique Kerber and 11th seed Nadia Petrova went out, however.
Kerber was thrashed 6-4 6-0 by Sorana Cirstea while Petrova lost 7-6 (9/7) 6-4 to Jelena Jankovic.
No answer: Devvarman couldn't handle Djokovic