Heather Watson and Laura Robson are both just one win away from qualifying for the main draw of the French Open following victories on Thursday.
The pair, looking to join compatriots Elena Baltacha and Anne Keothavong in the first round proper, were both straight-sets winners at Roland Garros.
First up, Watson beat Tunisia's Ons Jabeur 7-6 (7-5) 6-3.
Last year, the 20-year-old from Guernsey became the first British woman to battle through qualifying to reach the first-round proper in 28 years.
And she will repeat the feat if she beats Italy's Anna Floris in the final qualifying round on Friday.
Watson can take huge heart from a fine performance against Jabeur, who won the junior title at Roland Garros in 2011.
Jabeur fought back from 5-2 down in the first set to level it up, and in the tie-break the Tunisian led 5-1.
Back came Watson, winning six straight points to take the first set and in the second she won three games in a row from 3-3 to advance.
Later in the day, Robson followed Watson's lead by seeing off France's Laura Thrope 7-5 7-6 (7/5).
Robson had to save set points in the opener before edging a tight second set in which Thorpe twice fought back from a break down.
The teenager will now battle Karolina Pliskova, a player ranked five places ahead of her, in Friday's final qualifying round.
The clash will be a repeat of the pair's Australian Open junior final of 2010, a contest won by the Czech.