The 27-year-old, ranked 45 in the world and seeded eight in Acapulco, needed just an hour and 11 minutes on court to triumph 6-3 6-2.
She took an immediate break of serve in the opening set and broke twice in the second before sealing the win on her first match point.

Johanna Konta of Great Britain celebrates

Image credit: Getty Images

ATP Finals
Djokovic maintains perfect record with win over Norrie ahead of Zverev showdown
19/11/2021 AT 19:37
Konta won 82 per cent of points on her first serve and did not face a single break point.
Fellow Briton Cameron Norrie also progressed in Acapulco, beating Japan’s Yoshihito Nishioka.
Norrie, the world number 64, kept his nerve to clinch a 6-2 2-6 6-2 win in two hours and 18 minutes.

Cameron Norrie of Great Britain celebrates a point during a match against Jaume Munar of Spain during the ATP Rio Open 2019 at Jockey Club Brasileiro on February 20, 2019 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Image credit: Getty Images

The pair traded breaks of serve throughout the match, but after taking the break at 4-2 of the decider, Norrie held on to the momentum and claimed victory two games later.
He will now face Argentina’s Diego Schwartzman, the number four seed, in the second round.
ATP Finals
'I can't wait' - Norrie set for Djokovic clash at 'incredible' ATP Finals
18/11/2021 AT 06:54
Rolex Paris Masters
'I really want to make it' - Norrie boosts ATP Finals hopes with Opelka win
03/11/2021 AT 15:05