Meanwhile in the Men's Open division, Indonesia's best performer so far is Hardy Rachmadian who has secured his place in Round 2 finals after taking up second position in the overseas pool with 1482. Rachmadian posted series of 715 and 767.
2017 SEA Games Team gold medallist, Muhd Jaris Goh of Singapore, who recorded the tournament's first perfect game two days ago, topped the table with two stunning sereis of 782 and 704 for a 6-game tally of 1486.
His compatriot, Timothy Tham occupied third spot with 1441. Two additional Singaporeans, Joel Tan and Basil Ng finished fourth and fifth positions with 1422 and 1419 while early leader, Abdulla Ali of Bahrain occupied sixth position with 1403.
2019 H.H. Emir Cup first runner-up, Ryan Lalisang made the cut for Round 1 finals in seventh position with 1403 joined by Billy Muhammad Islam in tenth with 1391, Diwan Rezaldy in 12th with 1386. Yeri Ramadona in second in the Mixed Pool with 1350.
2017 champion, Kenneth Chua leads Philippines' challenge after firming up his pole position in the local pool with 1483 followed by Kenzo Umali in second with 1433 and 2019 Asian Youth Singles gold medallist, Merwin Tan in third with 1426.