Two-handed bowling approach on a roll

American Anthony Simonsen, the world's 12th-ranked bowler, delivering the ball with his right hand after a double-handed approach. He will be competing in this weekend's Singapore Open.
American Anthony Simonsen, the world's 12th-ranked bowler, delivering the ball with his right hand after a double-handed approach. He will be competing in this weekend's Singapore Open.ST PHOTO: SYAMIL SAPARI

Technique gives more speed and revolution to the ball; five S'pore keglers use this style

It may still be a while before the sight of a professional two-handed bowler becomes commonplace, but gone are the days when the style could be written off as a fad.

In the decade since the style first gained prominence, its practitioners have consistently found success at the sport's top level.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 08, 2018, with the headline 'Two-handed bowling approach on a roll'. Print Edition | Subscribe