Round 3 winner, Rafiq Ismail of Malaysia also ended with three strong games of 247, 200 and 258 to claim second spot with 1381 while Troup bounced back with 258 to take third spot with 1374 ahead of Williams finishing fourth with 1352.
Simonsen was fifth with 1339 and Sin sixth with 1317. Rash was lucky to string together several doubles to end his last game with 178 to secure seventh position with 1316. 2017 World Championships Team gold medallist, Chris Via of Springfield, Ohio was unlucky to finish eighth and had to give up the spot to the top Thai, Yannaphon Larpapharat for the TV finals.
The first match is set for Sin, Rash and Yannaphon. The winner of this match will move up a step to face, fourth-seed, Troup and fifth-seed, Simonsen for the second match. Winner of the second match will meet third-seed, Williams for the third match.
The winner of the third match will face second-seed, Rafiq in the semi-final to determine who will challenge for the title against topseed, McEwan in a beat-twice to earn an international PBA title if won by a men. The TV finals will commence at 3.00pm local time.