Agnieszka Radwanska overcame a spirited first set fight back from Casey Dellacqua, producing a stunning second set performance to defeat the Australian 6-4 6-0.
Both ladies served well to begin the match, trading service holds. In the fourth game Radwanska would pounce, a forehand winner down the line saw the Pole capture the first break of the match to lead 3-1. Radwanska seemingly cruising to a first set victory when she broke Dellacqua for a second time to lead 5-1. The Australian would show some late resistance, winning three straight games to bring the opening set back on serve. Radwanska's experience was on display in the next game, raising her level to break and take the opening set 6-4.
After a tight opening set Radwanska would free up her play in the second set, producing a magnificent display of typical Radwanska wizardry. After holding to begin the set, Radwanska would break for a 2-0 lead courtesy of a sublime drop shot. In the fourth game Radwanska would hit two stunning backhand winners in a row to bring up a 4-0 lead, from here there was no stopping the world number 4. At this point Dellacqua began to go for too much, hitting a number of wild errors as Radwanska took the set 6-0. This was a much improved performance from the 2012 finalist, if she keeps playing like she did today there is no reason why she won't once again feature at the pointy end of the tournament.