Darren Liew recorded his first major victory in three years when he beat Emil Holst in the final of the Polish Open on Saturday.
The 21-15, 21-11 victory over the Danish fifth seed was the Malaysian shuttler's first in a major final since his 2012 French Open triumph.
"Today's match was easier than expected. I gained a lot of confidence after winning the first set," he said after the match that lasted just 34 minutes.
"This win definitely provided a timely boost to me."
In the mixed doubled final, a landmark victory for Malaysia was achieved by the pair of Chan Peng Soon and Goh Liu Ying, who beat Indian pair Akshay Dewalkar and Pradnya Gadre 28-26, 21-18.
Soon-Ying required all their tenacity to win their first title since the 2012 Open, after trailing 18-20 in the first set and 8-14 in the second set.
The remainder of the results from the Polish Open finals:
Women's singles: Karin Schnaase (Germany) beat Marija Ulitina (Ukraine) 21-19, 21-15.
Men's doubles: Kenta Kazuno/Kazushi Yamada (Japan) beat Adam Cwalina/Przemyslaw Wacha (Poland) 21-19, 21-12.
Women's doubles: Pradnya Gadre/N Sikki Reddy (India) beat Alex Bruce-Phyllis Chan (Canada) 21-16, 21-18.