Defending champion Ajay Jayaram advanced to the quarterfinals of the Dutch Open Grand Prix on Thursday after beating Kasper Lehikoinen in straight games.
The third seed, who recently finished runner-up at the Korea Super Series, completed a straightforward 21-14 21-13 victory to set up a last eight encounter with Iskandar Zulkarnain Zainuddin, who saw off Ville Lang 22-20 21-12.
Fellow Indian and Commonwealth bronze medallist RMV Gurusaidutt also advanced, beating Dmytro Zavadsky 21-12 21-11.
He moves on to face 12th seed Raul Must, who defeated Rasmus Fladberg 21-19 21-11.
Fifteenth seed Emil Holst topped Dieter Domke 21-17 21-11 to set up a last eight clash with Teck Zhi Soo, who was a 21-10 21-14 winner over Mattias Borg.
The remaining quarter-final will see 16th seed Joachim Persson take Goh Soon Huat.
Persson beat Pedro Martins 21-17 21-14, while Huat bested Kestutis Navickas 21-13 21-17.
In the women's draw, third seed Karin Schnaase defeated Soraya De Visch Eijbergen 21-13 21-13 to set up a quarter-final match with eighth seed Linda Zetchiri, who beat Adrianti Firdasari 21-17 21-10.
Fourth seed Iris Wang and fifth seed Kirsty Gilmour will meet in the last eight after Wang beat Nanna Vainio 21-18 21-14 and Gilmour saw off Lianne Tan 21-18 21-17.
Sixth seed Hsu Ya Ching will meed Nitchaon Jindapol after coming from a game down to beat Maria Ulitina 14-21 21-18 21-16.
Jindapol advanced with a narrow 21-19 21-19 victory over Anna Thea Madsen.
The remaining quarter-final sees Chloe Magee face Line Kjaersfeldt.
Magee edged PC Thulasi 21-19 21-23 21-19, while Kjaersfeldt eliminated seventh seed Rong Schafer 23-21 21-14.