Cairns, Australia, 19 September 2013 | Travis Dragojlo

Victorian Jacob Grills has pulled off a massive upset on Day 2 of the Cairns Tennis International by unseating top-seeded New South Welshman Matt Reid.

The 18-year-old Grills saved three match points in the second set before holding his nerve to serve out the match 3-6 7-6(3) 6-4.

Grills was joined in the second round by defending champion and No.4 seed Luke Saville; the South Australian accounted for Queenslander Kaden Hensel 6-2 6-3.

On the women’s side, second seed Azra Hadzic was made work for her 7-5 6-4 win against young Queenslander Lizette Cabrera.

In a rematch of last week’s Toowoomba Pro Tour final, lighting didn’t strike twice as top seed from Slovak Republic Zuzana Zlochova avenged her defeat of Queenslander Isabella Holland.

Zlochova didn’t have it all her way, however; she battled to a 5-7 6-3 6-2 victory.

Wednesday night’s feature match saw an all-New South Wales match-up as third seed Adam Feeney took on young wildcard Jake Delaney. Feeney proved a class above as he ran out a 6-1 6-1 victor.

Adam Feeney

Defending champion Luke Saville kicks off Thursday’s action on centre court as he battles Darren Polkinghorne, followed by a match women’s number five seed Sally Peers and Junior Fed Cup representative Olivia Tjandramulia.

Tjandramulia’s Junior Fed Cup teammate Priscilla Hon will then take to the court against sixth seeded Romanian Daiana Negreanu.

Thursday’s feature evening match will again see second seed Adam Feeney as he takes on Junior Davis Cup representative Oliver Anderson.

Anderson will be looking to build on his first professional win as Feeney continues his search for a third pro tour singles title in 2013.