China were guaranteed at least three golds on home soil but also secured a 4th title as Lin Dan claimed his first title in China in almost 18 months.

Lin Dan Too Strong For Chen Long

The current world and Olympic champion proved to be too strong for the higher seeded Chen Long after inflicting his 3rd defeat on the 2nd seed in their three meetings with a 21-17, 26-24 victory, with Lin Dan claiming the title on his 7th match point. Wang Yihan claimed the women’s singles title after Wang Xin’s retirement at 18-12 in the opening game of their encounter.

Boe And Mogensen Claim Only Non-Chinese Title

Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen claimed their first title since the Super Series Finals in January of this year with a two game victory over the 4th seeded Ko and Yoo of Korea winning 21-17, 21-15 in 42 minutes. Wang and Yu claimed their 5th straight title and their 58th victory of the year against the unseeded China pairing of Tang and Xia, winning 21-11, 21-10 in 40 minutes. The mixed doubles seen the top seeded Zhang and Zhao defeat Fischer and Nielsen for the second time in two weeks to claim the title in a two game victory, with the Chinese pair winning 21-11, 21-14 to ensure a fourth title for the China in Shanghai.

Finals Results

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