Perth WA, Australia, 30 October 2014 | David Packman

Local wildcard Maddison Inglis as well as fellow Aussies Alison Bai and Isabella Holland have progressed the quarterfinals at the 2014 Margaret River Tennis International on Wednesday.

Buoyed by her upset win over fourth seed Rika Fujiwara on Tuesday, 16-year-old Inglis carried on exactly where she left off, cruising past another Japanese opponent – this time in the form of Micheka Ozeki – 6-4 6-1.

“I feel like I’m playing well,” said Inglis. “Not making too many errors and just going for my shots.

“My win yesterday has given me a lot more confidence.”

Inglis said her initial goal this week had been to make the quarterfinals, a task she now can check off and look even further beyond.

But if her outstanding form continues, Inglis may need to make some adjustments to her playing schedule, as she is booked to board a flight to Korea on Thursday night where she is due to play some ITF Junior events.

Standing in her way in the quarterfinals is 22-year-old Queenslander Holland, who defeated the eighth seed from Kazakhstan, Kamila Kerimbayeva, in straight sets on Wednesday.

Inglis and Holland have never previously met.

Also through to the quarterfinals in Margaret River is ACT girl Alison Bai, who overcame Varatchaya Wongteanchai in a seesawing affair, 6-2 1-6 6-3.

The 24-year-old has recently reached the quarterfinals in both Cairns and Toowomba and is clearly showing some strong form.

“Hopefully I can do one better here,” she said.

“I’ve had a lot of tennis coming into these events. I feel well-prepared.”

Bai will next face third seed Risa Ozaki, her first meeting against the Japanese player.

Not so lucky on Wednesday were Australian wildcards Abbie Myers and Lizette Cabrera, who both had their opportunities against highly seeded opponents.

Myers came back from a set down against Ozaki before losing the decider 7-5, while Cabrera took the opening set against second seed Alize Lim, but was unable to hold off the fast-finishing French girl.

Meanwhile, local favourite Jessica Moore found herself on the wrong end of the ledger top seed and last week’s Perth champion Rebecca Peterson.

Despite flying out of the blocks and taking a solid early lead, Moore found herself reigned back in and eventually overrun by the in-form Swede, losing 7-5 6-1.