Alice Springs, Australia, 27 September 2013 | Mark Pead

Adam Feeney and Luke Saville have cruised into the quarterfinals of the Alice Springs Tennis International on Thursday.

The highest seeds left in the draw after the departure of Matthew Barton and Alex Bolt, the pair recorded straight-set victories on a gusty yet cooler day at the $15,000 Pro Tour event.

Feeney, the third seed, reached the last eight with a comfortable 6-1 6-1 over Victorian Aaron Leeder-Chard, while Saville, the tournament’s No.4 seed, enjoyed a 6-3 6-2 second round win over another Victorian in Daniel Ferretti.

Fifth seed Jordan Thompson of New South Wales joined Feeney and Saville in the quarterfinals after besting Blake Mott 6-3 6-0.

Meanwhile, the doubles final, scheduled for Friday afternoon, looks set to be sizzling encounter.

It will pit top seeds Bolt and Andrew Whittington against second seeds Feeney and Gavin Van Peperzeel, the four finalists combining for 47 Futures doubles titles.

The last time the teams met was in the final of the recent the Toowoomba Pro Tour event, with Bolt and Whittington taking home the title after winning 10-7 in the match tie-break.