Most of the world’s best are still recovering from the world championships, however the Vietnam Open managed to lure the national hero in Tien Minh Nguyen back to win the title he claimed in 2009.

Nguyen claimed the men’s singles title without the loss of a game in any of his 6 matches and defeated the second seeded Sho Sasaki whose route to the final was much more difficult than Nguyen but the Vietnamese number 1 was too strong and claimed the title 21-13, 21-17 in 40 minutes.

Unseeded Fu Mingtian claimed the women’s singles title with a three game victory over another unseeded player, Kaori Imabeppu who defeated her seeded team-mate Sayaka Sato in the second round on route to the final. The 67 minute match was eventually won by Singapore’s Fu Mingtian, winning 21-18, 16-21, 21-8.

Indonesia claimed both level doubles titles, with 5th seeded Pratama and Saputra taking the men’s doubles title with a three game victory over the unseeded Chrisnata and Triyachart of Singapore. Agustin and Maheswari were also seeded 5th this week and also defeated a Singapore pair in the final, defeating Sari and Yao who were seeded second this week in two tight games, taking 60 minutes to complete.

Russia claimed the mixed doubles title as Vislova and Durkin, seeded 3rd defeated the Korean pair of Chung and Yoo in the most one-sided of the finals, with the Russian pair winning 21-16, 21-13 in 35 minutes.

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