Chai Biao and Hong Wei beat Fu HaiFeng and Zhang Nan in two sets and win the men's doubles final with 22:20 and 21:14.
Viktor Axelsen won the men's singles in three long and very thrilling sets.
Viktor dominated the first set with few unforced errors and a strong defense against TIan Houwei from China. He won by 21:7.
However, Tian Houwei responded fiercely on the second set with his attacks with patient defenses and waited for the right moment to make the point himself. Tian made few beautiful net plays and took the second set with 21:16.
Third set was rather intense game with both players launching full attacks at each other. Axelsen was leading towards the end of the game, but Tian was able to come back even regained a little advance. In the deciding moment, both players demonstration their badminton skills on the highest level. After several matchpoints on both sides it was Axelsen finally won the thrilling game by 25:23, the public's darling from Denmark took the Swiss Open Title in Basel.
Wang Yihan was having a tough match in the final against her compatriot Yu Sun. Yu, who ranks as world's number 27, won the first set with 23:21.
Wang Yihan was able to regain her form and Yu Sun did not find a way to free herself and counter efficiently. It was obvious that Wang would win this game, she did with 21:9.
On the third set, Yu was obviously lacked of energy compare to first set, and let Wang pull away with an advance, that could not be caught up anymore. The final score for Jihan Wang was 21:23, 21:9 and 21:11.
Nitya Krishinda Maheswari and Greysa Polii from Indonesia took the first set with 21:19, but eventually lost to Bao Yixin and Tang Jinhua on the second set with 21:16 and third set with 21:13.