A second consecutive lay day has been called at the World Championship Tour season-ending Pipe Masters with minimal surf on offer in Hawaii.
Organisers will assess conditions again with the 2012 world title race down to a head-to-head battle between Australia's Joel Parkinson and 11-time world champion America's Kelly Slater.
It is anticipated the 10th and final stop on the ASP World Championship Tour will enjoy a promising swell later this week.
"As expected, we've got small conditions at Pipe this morning and have called competition off for today," Marty Thomas, contest director said. "The swell on the horizon looks good for an exciting finish to the event but, with that said, we'll still return tomorrow morning to make another official call."
Event organisers will reconvene on Wednesday at 6.30am (local time) to determine conditions for a possible 8am start.
When competition resumes, Gabriel Medina of Brazil, Australian Josh Kerr and American legend Slater will take to the water first in heat three of the fourth round.