Henin strolls past erratic Schnyder
Justine Henin marched into the Wimbledon quarter-finals on Monday with a straightforward 6-2, 6-2 defeat of Patty Schynder.
The top-seeded Belgian did not even need her A-game because her Swiss opponent sprayed errors all around Centre Court and struggled to hold serve.
Henin won the opening set after successfully challenging a call at 5-2, 40-30 and was untroubled in the second, sealing victory in 56 minutes.
Henin, looking for the one grand slam title to elude her, will play either American twice former champion Serena Williams or Daniela Hantuchova of Slovakia in the last eight.