18th August 2019, Kaohsiung: Xu Zhe-Jia and Su Shu-Wen celebrated a Chinese Taipei double at the ABF Tour Chinese Taipei 2019 with Xu capturing his maiden tour title while Su won the women's crown for the second straight year.
21st July 2019, Hong Kong: Newly-crowned 2019 Hong Kong Open Men's champion, Rafiq Ismail of Malaysia and Women's second runner-up, Lara Posadas-Wong of Philippines earned their maiden tour title with victory in the ABF Tour Hong Kong 2019.
23rd June 2019, Macau: 2019 Macao-China International Open first runners-up, Lee Tak Man of Macau and Milki Ng of Hong Kong made amends by capturing the Men's and Women's titles of the ABF Tour 2019 at COTAI Bowling Centre on Sunday.
8th July 2018, Kaohsiung: Lee Tak Man of Macau picked up his third tour title with victory in the Men's final match of the ABF Tour Chinese Taipei 2018 while Chinese Taipei's Su Shu-Wen captured her first-ever tour title in the Women's division at Southern Bowling Centre.
1st July 2018, Hong Kong: 2018 ABF Tour Macau first runner-up, Ryan Lalisang of Indonesia made amends to capture his tenth tour title with victory in the Men's final of the ABF Tour Hong Kong leg while Chang Yu Hsuan clinched Chinese Taipei's third women title.
24th June 2018, Macau: Tour debutant, Lee Jung Soo of Korea averaged 256 and Nora Lyana Natasia of Malaysia averaged 239 to capture the Men's and Women's titles of the ABF Tour Macau 2018 at COTAI Bowling Centre on Sunday.
15th April 2018, Bangkok: Lin Pai-Feng and Wang Ya-Ting celebrated a rare double for Chinese Taipei by capturing the Men's and Women's titles of the opening leg of the ABF Tour Thailand 2018 at Blu-O Rhythm and Bowl Siam Paragon.
16th July 2017, Hong Kong: It was a double joy for newly-crowned Hong Kong International Open champion, Ammar Tarrad of Saudi Arabia after winning the 2017 ABF Tour Hong Kong Men's title while Nadia Pramanik gave Indonesia a second title in the women's division.
9th July 2017, Kaohsiung: Atchariya Cheng of Thailand averaged 221 over four matches to capture his first-ever Men's tour title at the ABF Tour Chinese Taipei 2017 while debutant, Bianca Tofilau of New Zealand won the women's crown.
25th June 2017, Macau: 2017 Macau Open first runner-up, Putty Armein of Indonesia got a lucky break to win the Women's title of the ABF Tour Macau 2017 for the second time while two-time Malaysian national champion Adrian Ang clinched his first-ever tour title in the Men's division.
A Few Words About ABF Tour
The ABF Tour 2021, to be staged throughout 2021 in three of East Asia's most spectacular cities, has been confirmed by Asian Bowling Federation Hon. Life President and ABF Tour Chairman, Ms Vivien Lau, SBS, JP.
As the internationally recognised governing body for the sport of tenpin bowling in the Asia Pacific region, the Asian Bowling Federation will kick off the ABF TOUR 2021 in September, with the first Leg scheduled to follow the 20th Koshiung International Open to be confirmed.
"Since its inception 32 years ago, ABF has been at the leading edge of marketing initiatives and promotion of our sport." said Ms Lau. "We've had a very successful association with the Asian Bowling Tour for the past 16 years and will now continue our own tour - we're confident that this exciting development will lift the sport to even greater heights," she continued.
The ABF Tour will comprise three Legs in 2021 and a Grand Final, the Tournament of Champions. Each Leg will be staged over one day. The top 16 men and top 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.
|1||LEE TAK MAN||Macau||95.0||$650|
|4||Jimmy CHEUNG||Hong Kong||51.0||$300|
|5||XU Zhe-Jia||Chinese Taipei||50.0||$500|
|7||Sari JAZAERI||Saudi Arabia||45.0||$150|
|8||Oscar POON||Hong Kong||41.0|
|9||Ernest KWOK||Hong Kong||33.0||$300|
|9||Adel AL BARQI||Saudi Arabia||33.0|
|9||LAU Kwun Ho||Hong Kong||33.0||$300|
|12||CHEN Kuan-Yeh||Chinese Taipei||32.0||$150|
|12||Ivan TSE||Hong Kong||32.0||$150|
|12||James LUI||Hong Kong||32.0|
|16||Mostafa AL MOUSAWI||Kuwait||30.0|
|1||Gigi LEUNG||Hong Kong||91.0||$300|
|2||Joey YIP||Hong Kong||77.0||$150|
|4||Milki NG||Hong Kong||75.0||$500|
|5||WONG Son Ian||Macau||60.0|
|6||Nora Lyana NATASIA||Malaysia||60.0||$300|
|8||SU Shu-Wen||Chinese Taipei||50.0||$500|
|10||Veronica DE SOUZA||Macau||34.0|
|11||CHAN Shuk Han||Hong Kong||33.0|
|11||HEE Kar Yen||Malaysia||33.0|
|15||CHOU Chia-Chen||Chinese Taipei||32.0||$150|