Great Britain's Johanna Konta has expressed her joy at being part of the Olympics, despite the tough scheduling demands.
The 25-year-old tennis player, who reached the semi-finals of the Australian Open in January, sealed a 6-2 6-3 second-round victory over Caroline Garcia in just over one hour and a half.
Konta told BBC Sport: "I think I dealt with the conditions as well as I could. I'm fighting every point, and running it hard. The best way to deal with the scheduling demands is to just roll with the punches.
"It's an Olympic Games, not a normal tour. The scheduling will be tricky. I just try to enjoy it for what it is.
"I'm grateful to be here. I get to say I'm an Olympian. I look after my recovery and that's it. I'm here to compete. I'm really enjoying being part of the whole thing."