ASIAN Games champion Heryanto Arbi lived up to his top seeding with a comprehensive 15-9, 15-11 victory over fellow-Indonesian Ardy Wiranata in the Konica Hong Kong Open Championships final yesterday. Arbi's triumph at the Queen Elizabeth Stadium is his fourth major title this year other than his Asian Games success - having also won the World Cup, All England and Taiwan Open. 'This is one of my best performances this year since the All England,' said an elated 22-year-old Arbi. 'Normally I am very anxious to finish the game and go for my shots, but today I waited for my chances and made very few mistakes. 'I knew I had to be patient because Ardy is more experienced than I am and very good in defence, and I'm extremely happy I held my nerves and wasn't rushing things.' Arbi rocked his compatriot with his sharp smashes and quickly sprang to a 5-0 lead, but he slowed his game and engaged Wiranata in long rallies once the latter had settled down. The change of tactics worked as Wiranata, a winner of four Grand Prix titles this year, never got closer than 7-10 before Arbi pulled away to win the opening set 15-9. Indonesia also picked up the doubles title with top-seeds Ricky Subagdja and Rexy Mainaky beating countrymen Bambang Suprianto and Rudy Gunawan 15-12, 14-17, 15-7. South Korea's Bong Soo-hyun lived up to her number one seeding to recapture the women's title she won two years ago by beating former Chinese player Lim Xiaoqing, now representing Sweden, 15-7, 15-6. Left-handed Lim started on a promising note by surging to a 4-1 lead before Bong found her rhythm and clawed her way back to level the tally at 7-7. Consistency told as Lim crashed to mistakes and Bong reeled up the next four points for the first set and then sprang to a 10-1 lead in the second before the Chinese defector attempted a recovery. Shim Eun-jung and Jang Hye-ock underlined South Korea's supremacy in the women's game by beating China's Ge Fei and Gu Jun 15-11, 18-14 for the doubles crown. Danes Thomas Lund and Marlene Thomsen prevented a South Korean treble when they downed unseeded Ha Tae-kwon and Shim Eun-jung 17-14, 15-12 in the mixed doubles final.