China has ensured itself one title in the mens singles, but even that had it’s share of drama.

Doubles Delight For China

Lin Dan pulled out of the men’s singles final to allow Chen Jin to claim the title but the questions over the withdrawal be asked all the way until next week’s Indonesia Premier series event. Wang Xin did take to the court in her final against the 6th seeded Tine Baun and defeated the European champion in two tight games to clinch China’s first title of the day, winning 21-19, 21-17.

Two More Titles In Doubles

Cai and Fu proved to be too strong for the unseeded Chandra and Gunawan as the 4th seeded claimed the men’s doubles title, winning 21-17, 21-13. Tian and Zhao ensured China’s fourth title of the week in the women’s doubles, defeating the 6th seeded Ha and Kim in two games, 21-13, 21-16. The mixed doubles title went to the Indonesia pair of Ahmad and Natsir after their victory over Chen and Cheng of Chinese Taipei in two tight games, with the 4th seeds winning 21-14, 27-25.

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One Response to Singapore Open Super Series 2011: Four Titles For China

  1. Emmet Gibney says:

    I think it’s a real embarrassment to our sport when players are dropping out of matches to aid their teammates. Of course we have no way of proving whether this was the case or not in this instance, but Li Yongbo has acknowledged this behaviour in the past.

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