Heather Watson stormed into the main draw of the French Open but Laura Robson missed out.
British number three Watson thrashed Italy's Anna Floris 6-0 6-1 in less than an hour at Roland Garros on Friday to book her place in the tournament proper.
The 20-year-old, whose year has been disrupted by niggling injuries, reeled off the first nine games and then sealed victory with an ace.
It is the second year in a row Watson has come through qualifying at the claycourt Grand Slam. Twelve months ago she became the first British woman to win a main draw match since Clare Wood in 1994.
She joins compatriots Elena Baltacha and Anne Keothavong in the main draw and will play world number 80 Elena Vesnina - a Russian ranked 29 places higher - in her opening match.
The Guernsey star said: "I love Paris and I love playing on the clay, it is perfect for me.
"These past few days have been good, I have been on form, playing very well in practice and I just want to take that into the matches. I have done.
"This morning I wasn't feeling my best, feeling a bit nervous about getting through, but I ended up playing one of the best matches I could have played."
Robson had hoped to make it four Britons in the women's singles but blew two match points in losing to higher-ranked Czech Karolina Pliskova.
The teenager held two match points at 6-4 5-4 40-15 but ended up losing 4-6 7-5 6-4 in what was a rematch of the pair's 2010 Australian Open girls' final.