Result: Singapore Open abandoned on day two due to electrical storms

Result: Play abandoned in Singapore
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Simon Dyson tops the leaderboard on the second day of the Singapore Open after it was suspended yet again due to lightning.

Play has been suspended until tomorrow on the second day of the Singapore Open at the Sentosa Golf Club due to the threat of lightning.

Simon Dyson has taken the lead with a six-under-par 69 after a stop-start day, which included two separate suspensions in play until the decision to officially abandon the contest was made.

Chapchai Nirat shares a one-shot lead with the Brit, while world number one Rory McIlroy completed 12 holes, leaving the Northern Irishman one-under-par.

Thomas Bjorn, who took the clubhouse lead yesterday, which was also hampered by adverse weather conditions, didn't make it out onto the course today due to the suspension but is currently one shot behind the leaders.

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