The hope of a local title lay with 6 dutch men and women going into the weekend, come finals day it was down to just the 2nd seeded Yao Jie who delivered on local soil in Almere.
Hsueh Hsuan Yi claimed the men’s singles title in an all-Chinese Taipei final, defeating Chen Chou Tien in a three-game, 66 minute final The all-Thai mixed doubles final went the way of the 2nd seeded Anugritayawon and Voravichitchaikul as they defeated the top seeded Prapakamol and Thoungthongkam in two games. Voravichitchaikul claimed a second title in the women’s doubles, partnering Aroonkesorn as the top seeds defeated the 2nd seeded Yao and Sari of Singapore in two games.
The men’s doubles was won by the 3rd seeded Cwalina and Logosz after they defeated the top seeded German pair of Kindervater and Schoettler in a tight three game match but the story of the day was the victory of Yao Jie in the women’s singles. The 2nd seed defeated the unseeded Sindhu of India in two games, but it was a week that could have been so different after saving a match point in her opening round match against Chiang Pei Hsin of Chinese Taipei.