What could have been a double success for Spain on home turf turned into the new generations time to shine, as Viktor Axelsen claimed the men’s singles title in a three game match against Pablo Abian in a 48 minute matchup.
The mixed doubles title was won by the top seeded Danish pair of Schjott-Kristiensen and Delbo Larsen who beat their Croatian opponents Durkinjak and Ponzanovic in a tight two game match, with the Danes winning 21-17, 21-19. The men’s doubles title was taken by the Polish pair of Cwalina and Logosz in a one-sided final over the 4th seeded Kasbauer and Zurwonne, with the Poles winning 21-14, 21-11.
The women’s doubles final was the only match to go the distance, with the top seeded Dutch pair of Van Dooremalen and Jonathans defeating Reid and Grether in three games, but the shock was on with the 2nd seeded Canadians taking the opening game over their Dutch counterparts, but the top seeds fought back to win the next two games and take the title 12-21, 21-18, 21-14.
The women’s singles final was the most one sided match of the day with 7th seeded Carolina Marin defeating 5th seeded Olga Konon in a 21-13, 21-14 victory that took just 20 minutes, topping off the week for Marin who failed to drop an game in the entire week.