Bowling | Tomas Käyhkö is making a huge surprise at the US Open, finishing at least third

On Sunday evening, Tomas Käyhkö bowls in the finals of the US Open tournament.

Bowling two-time Finnish champion Tomas Käyhkö has played convincingly in the US Open tournament. Kyähkö takes at least third place in the tournament.

The US Open is played in Indianapolis. It is one of three bowling majors. From Finns Mika Koivuniemi won the US Open in 2001.

Käyhkö initially made it through the qualifiers to the main competition. He was ranked 15th among 108 qualifiers, while 21 from the qualifiers were included in the actual US Open, which also included 108 bowlers, in addition to Finns Santtu Tahvanainen and Hit Palermo.

During Friday and Saturday, 24 out of 108 bowlers made it to the next games. Käyhkö was 18th, Tahvanainen 41st and Palermaa 88th, so Tahvanainen and Palermaa qualified.

After this The pace of the walk quickened. He constantly improved his ranking in the playoffs and was finally second with a score of 10,738. The clear number one in the playoffs was the United States EJ Tackett with a total score of 10,858 (average 217.5).

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“I can’t believe myself what was done. It was good bowling, but the final sets were a bit challenging, but luckily I was able to pull myself together in the last set and made the right guess and I was still able to move myself up to second place,” Käyhkö says in the Keilailuiliito press release.

“I just tried to go one throw at a time and managed to keep my nerves in check quite well. Whenever it didn’t feel good, I took the throw back.”

I’ll go second place in the follow-up games means that he made it directly to the five-player “step finals” and finished at least third in the tournament. If Käyhkö wins his first match in the finals, he will face Tackett in the final match.

The other qualifiers for the step finals are the United States Anthony Simonsenof England Richard Teece and the United States Kyle Troup.

Käyhkö has already secured a prize of 25,000 dollars (23,000 euros). The winner of the tournament will receive $100,000 and the runner-up will receive $50,000.

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The ladder finals start on Sunday at 21:00 Finnish time.

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