TheStar AARHUS: China's Lin Dan got back on the winning track after a disastrous first round defeat in the Athens Olympics with victory in the Danish Open here on Sunday. But it was a sad end to the playing career of home favourite Camilla Martin. Lin Dan, who will turn 21 years old on Thursday, defeated compatriot Xia Xuanze 15-12, 15-11 in the final to retain the men's singles title. In the semi-finals, the top seeded Lin Dan was given a walkover by Denmark's Anders Boesen while Xuanze defeated second seeded Dane Peter Gade-Christensen 15-12, 15-13. â€œI am satisfied with my victory today. I was very disappointed after the Olympics but I went right back to training and try to forget about it and moved on,â€ said Lin Dan. â€œMy next target is to help China win back the Sudirman Cup (in Beijing from May 10-15) next year.â€ (China lost the world mixed team event to South Korea last year). Lin Dan added: â€œAfter the Sudirman Cup, I will concentrate on the World Championships (Aug 15-21 in the United States). Of course, in the back of my mind is to do well in the Beijing Olympics in four years' time.â€ China's Xie Xingfang dashed Martin's hope of ending her 15-year badminton career on a winning note. The 23-year-old Xingfang defeated Martin 11-9, 11-0 in the semi-finals. And the world number 10 went on to beat Holland's Yao Jie 11-9, 8-11, 11-7 to bag the women's singles title. FINAL RESULTS Men's singles: Lin Dan (Chn) bt Xia Xuanze (Chn) 15-12, 15-11. Men's doubles: Jonas Rasmussen-Lars Paaske (Den) bt Markis Kidho-Hendra Setiawan (Ina) 15-6, 15-13. Women's singles: Xie Xingfang (Chn) bt Yao Jie (Ned) 11-9, 8-11, 11-7. Women's doubles: Wei Yili-Zhao Tingting (Chn) bt Zhang Dan-Zhang Yawen (Chn) 15-13, 12-15, 15-7. Mixed doubles: Chen Qiqiu-Zhao Tingting (Chn) bt Nathan Robertson-Gail Emms (Eng) 15-4, 15-11.