The Danish mixed doubles with Mathias Bay-Smidt and Rikke Søby, delivered a surprising result and won the final of the Swiss Open, which ranks at level 5 on the World Tour.
It is the couple's greatest triumph in his career.
the Danes, there is number 102 in the world, won the final over the number 19 on the world rankings, Rinov Rivaldy and Pitha Haningtyas Mentari from Indonesia, with the digits 21-18, 12-21, 21-16.
the Victory is going to give the danes a large move up in the world.
In the first set, the danes were a bad start and went behind, but wisely games got Bay-Thrown and Søby back in the fight, and the set was away the very right.
But with three beautiful actions from Rikke Søby at the end of the set went the danes from 18-18 to a sætsejr at 21-18.
the Danes had not the best start to the second set and went behind 0-3, before they even got the first points.
Again the legendary Rikke Søby with netspillet, as she improved markedly in the Sunday final in relation to the semifinals on Saturday, and it was to keep the danes inside in the first half of the set.
But the danes continued to limp after, and at the end of the second set pulled the indonesians from and won the set safely with 21-12.
the Blazing games in the start of the third set brought the danes in front with a 5-0, before the Indonesians got the point.
the Danes kept the concentration and delivered sublime games, while the indonesians made mistakes. That's why they came also to the front with 10-4, before the indonesians again found large games.
Five indonesian points in a row did again the set up close.
But then took the danes again fat, and especially storspil from Rikke Søby secured the danes four matchbolde. They had the first, and so was the victory a reality.
the Pair were the only Danish influences on the final day of the tournament, which was the last international for Christinna Pedersen.
She went along with the mate Mathias Christiansen on Friday out of the Swiss Open in the quarter-finals.