Both were still level after the sixth frame but Wu gave a slight edge to his opponent after missing a single pin spare in the the seventh frame. Both struck in the ninth frame but Ammar still had a 11 pin lead. A strike from either one would secure victory and when Wu failed to get a strike in the tenth frame, Ammar didn't needed to spare to take victory.
"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.