"It's has been an amazing turn of fortune for me. After winning the Hong Kong Open title yesterday and now to win a second title in two days is just overwhelming," said the delighted 29-year-old Ammar. "I didn't even look at the scores and I just concentrating on tackling the tricky lane 35.
"My opponent was also having the same problem I had. I thought I needed a strike in the last frame to win and when I managed only a 7-pin count, I was preparing to congratulate my opponent. But to my surprise, my team-mates were cheering me for the victory.
"This is my first ABF Tour final and my first-ever tour title. I will cherish it for the rest of my bowling career, thanks to the opportunity given to me by my federation and the coaching I received from Rick (Bernoit)."
The champion had reached the final after ousting Aseel Alroomi, 232-198 in the first semi-final match. He also defeated Ernest Kwok of Hong Kong, 203-200 in the first round and Lee Gyo Hwan of Korea, 257-235 in the second round en-route to winning the title, a trophy and a prize of US$500.
Wu, who settled for the first-runner-up position to take home US$300, edged Annop Arromsaranon of Thailand, 236-232 in the other semi to progress to the final.