Gilmour loses tricky final
Kirsty Gilmour suffered disappointment in the women's singles final at the London Grand Prix as she was beaten by Spain's Carolina Marin.
The Scot, ranked 34th in the world, was the favourite in this battle of 20-year-olds and duly took a 15-8 lead.
But Marin came storming back to upset the form book and leave Gilmour to learn the lessons from her first major final.
"Maybe I wasn't ready to win it but getting to this point is a big positive for me," Gilmour said on the tournament website. "It's a great experience.
"It was tricky. We've never played against each other before now so there was a little bit of figuring each other out at the start. I got ahead but she clawed it back but it was a really good game and I really enjoyed it."
The men's final was won by Chinese star Tian Houwei, who had ended the hopes of England's Rajiv Ouseph in the semi-finals.
Tian added the London title to his Australian Open crown with a 22-20 21-16 win over Denmark's Hans-Kristian Vittinghus.
There was further disappointment for home hopes in the mixed doubles as England pair Chris Langridge and Heather Olver lost 21-19 21-14 to German duo Michael Fuchs and Birgit Overzier.
Denmark cleaned up in the other doubles finals with Carsten Mogensen and Mathias Boe, who took silver in last summer's Olympics, beating Berry Angriawan and Ricky Karanda Suwardi of Indonesia 21-13 21-16 in the men's game while Christina Pedersen and Kamilla Rytter Juhl saw off compatriots Line Damkjaer Kruse and Marie Roepke 12-21 21-17 21-15 in the women's final.