Dominic Thiem progressed to the US Open quarter-final with a stunning straight-sets victory over Felix Auger-Aliassime.
Following the shock exit of Novak Djokovic, Thiem was left as the highest-seeded player in the tournament and he continued his march towards a first Grand Slam title with a 7-6 6-1 6-1 victory.
The world number three will next play 21st seed Alex de Minaur for a place in the final four after the Australian saw off the challenge of Vasek Pospisil in straight sets earlier in the day.
Having lost in three major finals, twice to Rafael Nadal and once to Djokovic, Thiem now has a real chance to win his first Slam, though he may have to overcome Daniil Medvedev in an intriguing semi-final clash.
After dropping just one game on serve in his opening three rounds, Auger-Aliassime faced break points in both of his first two service games, before Thiem finally stole the initiative in the third with his fifth attempt.
Auger-Aliassime broke back in the 10th game to take the opener into a tie-break, though to no avail as Thiem dominated from start to finish to take it by seven points to four.
Following a hard-fought opening set, Thiem quickly started to dominate and dictate in the second set, breaking the Canadian twice to stroll to a 7-6 6-1 lead.
Auger-Aliassime hit a disappointing 16 unforced errors for just six winners in the second set, and was immediately on the back foot in the third as Thiem broke to love in the opening game.
Any slim hopes of a dramatic comeback were then all-but quashed in the fifth game, where Auger-Aliassime was once again broken to love thanks to four consecutive unforced errors.
With a 20-year-old Auger-Aliassime down and out, Thiem then swiftly finished an entirely one-sided affair with another break to love to secure a thoroughly impressive win on day eight at Flushing Meadows.