The champion reached the finals after knocking out the only local survivor, Bader Al-Sheikh, 248-210 in the second semifinal match. The runnerup also made the finals ousting Paeng Nepomuceno of the Philippines, 245-207 in the first semi.
"I'm extremely happy to be able to achieve a double by winning this Saudi leg," said the 39-year-old member of the UAE national team. "I try to do the same thing today as I did in the finals of the Saudi Open yesterday and that is to win.
"I'm looking forward to the Kuwait Open later this week. It will not be easy as there will be many good bowlers there. Also the condition may be different but I will go into each game with a will to win.
The topseed sailed through the fist round by outclassing Khalid Al-Dosari, 246-150 and went on to dispatch Australia's Andrew Frawley, 238-207 in Round 2. Naif Oqab defeated another lefty, Shaikh Abdul Hameed of India, 233-195 in Round 1.
Naif reached the semi edging Thailand's Phoemphun Yakasem, 247-244 before booking his spot in the finals by Filipino, Paeng Nepomuceno in the semifinal match.
The next leg will be the ABF Tour Kuwait which will be staged on April 29 after the 5th Kuwait International Open.
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Photos by Terence Yaw in Riyadh.