Lin Yi Fan earned her semifinal spot after knocking out Yap Seok Kim of Singapore, 204-189 in the second round to give Chinese Taipei their third semifinal slot.
Daniel Lim will meet Jason Yeong Nathan in the first men's semifinal match while Azidi Ameran will face off veteran, Jack Wong in the second. It will be an all-Taipei affair in the women's first semifinal match between Chu Yu Chieh and Lin Yi Fan while Liza del Rosario will be hoping to end the Taipei bowlers' run of good form when she meets Huang Chiung Yao in the second match.
The ABF Tour will comprise six Legs and a Grand Final, the Tournament of Champions. Each Leg will be staged over two competition days where the top 16 men and 16 women bowlers from the preceding International Open Masters Event (Open Grade) will compete in a one-game match play knock-out competition for the individual men's and women's titles.
The Tournament of Champions will be staged over four competition days where the top 16 men and 16 women bowlers (based on ABF Tour ranking points), plus two additional wildcard entries from the West Asia region (thus totalling 18 men in the men's division), will qualify to compete over four rounds of competition for the coveted men's and women's ABF Tour Champion titles.
The ABF Tour - Singapore Day 2 matches will be telecast LIVE on Singapore's Starhub and Malaysia's Astro Supersport tomorrow commencing at 18:00 (Hong Kong/Singapore time). Highlights of the leg will also be shown in the six countries where the tour are being held. It will also be broadcast later in other parts of Europe, Africa, the Middle East, central Asia, China and Australasia with an estimated audience of around 95 million.
For further information and details please contact ABF Tour Committee Marketing and Event Management Division at Tel: (852) 2810 5191; Fax: (852) 28105192; Mr. Ritchie Lai (Mobile: (852) 93598669; email: email@example.com or Mr. Kelvin Pong (Mobile: (852) 9100 0958; email: Kelvin.firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit www.abftour.com for LIVE scores.
Photos courtesy of Sidney Tung, MTBC.