China reclaimed the Uber Cup badminton event after beating South Korea 3-0 in the final here.
China blanked the South Koreans on Saturday for their 12th Uber Cup trophy. South Korea had stunned the Asian giants to win the tournament two years ago.
World No.1 Wang Yihan, a self-claimed "culprit" in China's 1-3 loss to South Korea in 2010, didn't lose a single set at the 2012 edition until conceding one to Sung Ji Hyun.
Leading 14-12 lead in the first set, Wang allowed Sung to grab nine straight points for a 21-14 scoreline.
"I felt it was like a deja vu when I took a glimpse at the trophy. All those uncomfortable memories flooded back," recalled Wang in the press conference. "But I didn't give up."
Wang saved four straight match points to win the second set 22-20 and swept the third set 21-13, Xinhua reports.
"It's a milestone for me. Now I can proudly say that I'm over it (the 2010 loss to South Korea," said Wang.
Wang said that she even saw Chinese head coach Li Yongbo bursted into tears when she won the match point.
World top women's doubles duo of Yu Yang and Wang Xiaoli sent China one step nearer to the Cup as they breezed through Kim Min Jung and Ha Jung Eun 21-15, 21-13.
Multi Superseries winner Wang Xin faced no problem against Bae Youn Joo, winning 21-10, 21-16.