The un-seeded Indonesian made it past several strong opponents on his way to the final round. The quarterfinal saw him go up against No. 2 seed Jan O. Jorgensen (VOLTRIC 80 E-tune, SHBSC6iEX), in an encounter which Tommy would grasp by a thin margin at 21-19, 21-19. He went on to face Taiwan’s Chou Tien Chen (VOLTRIC Z-FORCE, SHB02LTD) in the semifinal, seizing a strong advantage in the opener, grabbing seven consecutive points mid-game. The second act proved to be a tighter affair, with Chou tying Tommy at 20-20 in a bid to force a decider. Tommy had other plans; grabbing point 21 with dynamic smash, finishing with a lightning-fast return that fell out of Chou’s reach for point 22. The match closed at 21-8 22-20.
Young local star Viktor Axelsen (ARCSABER 11, SHB-87EX) placed as a semifinalist, making it past Lin Dan (VOLTRIC Z-FORCE Ⅱ LD, SHBSC6LDEX) with an astounding two-game victory at 21-8, 21-7 in the quarterfinal. He proceeded to face Chen Long in the semifinal, where he put up a strong fight against the No. 1 seed. The Dane started out strong, forcing the Chinese World No. 1 into several errors to clutch the opening game. Local doubles stars Mathias Boe (DUORA 10, SHBSC6iEX) and Carsten Mogensen (DUORA 10, SHB87LTD) also placed as semifinalists, grabbing a victory over China’s Chai Biao and Hong Wei in a tense quarterfinal. The match went in the way of the Danes, with Carsten smashing the shuttle brilliantly into the back corner of the opponents’ court, closing the match at 23-21 23-21.
The ranks of Team Yonex now make their way to this year’s Yonex French Open, which commences on October 20th.
2015 Yonex Denmark Open Results
Men’s Singles Final
 Chen Long (CHN) def. Tommy Sugiarto (VOLTRIC 80 E-tune, SHB02LTD)(INA) 21-12 21-12