Indian shuttler and 2012 Olympics Bronze medalist, Saina Nehwal won the coveted Denmark Open title beating Germany's Juliane Schenk in straight games on Sunday.
Nehwal emerged as the winner by defeating the world No.7 German 21-17, 21-8 in a match that lasted only for 35 minutes in Odense.
This is Nehwal's fourth title of the year; she had earlier won Swiss Open in March, followed by Indonesia and Thailand titles in June.
On Saturday, the world no. 4 defeated her arch rival and world champion Yihan Wang in the semifinal, making her way to the Sunday finals. This was her first triumph against Wang after several attempts.
The Indian shuttler, who is still recuperating from her knee injury after the London Olympics, played brilliantly on Sunday.
She thanked Denmark and her Indian fans for supporting her.
"There were a lot of things which I did after the Olympics which made me fresh, but every tournament is tough. My right knee was not really in perfect shape but I thank god for giving me the energy to win the title," DNA quoted her as saying.
Pullela Gopichand, Nehwal's Coach, described her victory as "terrific" and attributed her win to the training sessions.
"She was able to train well," Gopichand told DNA. "(In the final), Saina started off well and once she got the lead, she did not give her opponent any chance. She was smashing very well and her whole game looked very good. She looked sharp at the net too."
Saina Nehwal's next venture is "French Open Super Series" due to start next week in Paris.