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French Open men • 3rd Round

Feliciano López - Marin Cilic
French Open men - 3 June 2017

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Dan Quarrell

Seventh-seed Marin Cilic surged into Round 4 earlier, dismissing Spaniard Feliciano Lopez 6-1, 6-3, 6-3 in one hour and 47 minutes. He'll play Kevin Anderson, who beat Brit Kyle Edmund, in tomorrow's quarter-final.

Video - Highlights: Cilic powers past Lopez


Lopez will be on his way home soon, it appears, as Cilic has had his easiest set yet, so far. 3-0 up, he is three games, at least, from the fourth round.


Cilic overcomes a tiny fightback from Lopez to take the second set, 6-3. It's two sets now for Cilic, and his obvious superiority should - should - make the third set just as simple.


Far tighter in the second set, as Lopez pushes something of a comeback. He's been broken, so is odds-on to be going another set down, but at 4-3 Lopez is closer to Cilic than he managed in the first set.


Cilic is now 2-1 in front of the second set, and while he has a 2-1 advantage, he's 0-30 down in his own service game. Lopez has a chance to make a comeback.


Cilic takes the first set 6-1, extremely comfortably (obviously). He is pushing Lopez all the way, and has him on the ropes as Lopez serves for the first game in the second set.


This could be all over for Lopez soon. Cilic is 5-1 up, serving for the first set as he wipes the floor with his opponnet.


Cilic is in control now. He's broken Lopez a couple of times, and is facing Lopez's serve to go 5-1 up.


Cilic has raced into a 3-1 lead over Lopez, as the veteran struggles to match the pace of the game.


Felciano Lopez is in action this morning, up against seventh seed Marin Cilic.