China completed their second successive Pro Tour clean sweep as they claimed all the titles at the China Open in Fuzhou. Guangdong's Ma Lin was again in top form. Just as he did at last week's Korea Open, Ma took home both the men's singles and men's doubles titles. Ma, ranked number three in the world, defeated Wang Hao 11-8, 11-6, 12-14, 10-12, 11-7, 11-5 in the final, despite having been taken to seven games by 2001 world champion Wang Liqin in the morning's semi-finals. Ma teamed up with 19-year-old Chen Qi to help the teenager to the second Pro Tour title of his career, although the victory was an anticlimax due to the withdrawal of Kong Linghui, who re-injured his shoulder in Saturday's third round. Although let down by the injury to his doubles partner, Wang Hao, who knocked out Hong Kong's Cheung Yuk in the same stage, also benefited from the non-appearance of Kong in the quarter-finals. It allowed him to account for South Korea's Ryu Seung-min, who was the only non-Chinese competitor to survive into the last day, in the semi-finals. Beijing's Zhang Yining lived up to her billing as the top seed and world number one in the women's singles, beating Korean Open champion Guo Yan in a see-saw seven sets that saw Zhang surrender a 3-0 lead before winning 11-9 in the final set. In the women's doubles, China's policy of teaming their up-and-coming youngsters with veterans paid dividends for Jiangsu's Li Ju. The 27-year-old and Bai Yang, 19, from Hebei, defeated Guo Yan and Li Nan in a gruelling seven-set final. 'This is an unexpected victory,'' said Li. 'Bai and I teamed up just before the China Open. However we felt better with every game we played.'