Former Asian youth champion getting it right after suffering from wrist injury 11 years ago


PETALING JAYA: Sarawakian bowler Chong Jun Foo never thought he would return to the alley after a serious wrist injury he suffered in 2013.

Fast forward 11 years later, he is now in the reckoning for an automatic second-round berth in the Malaysian Open, as he is currently top of the men’s open qualifying round with a score of 1,510 pins, the only bowler to have more than 1,500 pins at the Sunway Megalanes.

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