Upset and tragic described in singles category, what a tournament. The underdog Anders Antonsen turns on-paper prediction to conquer world number one Kento Momota, the similar circumstances for what happened in Guangzhou Finals. Momota is highly favourite considering his performance to tackle Ginting and Axelsen convincingly but can't pass fourth Danish player in final. Antonsen did very good job to display excellent net play and strong defense to counter attack Momota. The Japanese looks tense, producing unforced errors and knows that his opponent had read and learn his tactic well. It's not easy to be world number one, being a target man in every tournament. Tragic ending for Carolina Marin, having superb start 9-3 then gets leg injury to force her to retire. She still scores one point to 10-4 before leaving the arena with crying and limping foot. Hopefully no terrible injury and will come back in All England, finger crossed. Doubles disciplines have predictable ending, all of them defend their crown here successfully. Matsutomo/Takahashi beat surprising finalists Kim SY/Kong HY with two quick games, the Koreans delivered good fight in opening game to break Japanese rhythm with fast attacking style but losing narrowly, 19-21. Back to back Super 500 title for Indonesian hotshots, Gideon/Sukamuljo, they're unstoppable and hard for the veterans to balance their younger compatriots fast paced movement. Last chapter for the legendary Liliyana Natsir to play international tournament, the Indonesians blow away bright prospect to seal the match when leading 18-14 in second game, the Chinese best combination come back stronger to force deciding game and continue the momentum to top podium once again, 19-21 / 21-19 / 21-16. The organizer should hire the MC with better English, his pronounciation and grammar are so messed up. BWF World Tour will move to Europe next month, started from Barcelona Spain Masters Super 300.