Figueiredo completed the first two rounds with 143 strokes after scoring 70 on Friday (two under Par) and climbed up 22 places in the leader board to 59th place.

Durinh Friday’s round, Figueiredo, who shares the 59th place with 14 other players, got three birdies (one under Par) and a bogey (one over).

The tournament is currently led by France’s Mike Lorenzo-Vera, South Africa’s Justin Harding and George Coetze, who all carded scores of 136.