Not only did the 31-year-old enjoy getting her hands on the trophy again, but the event in Denmark also provided her with some welcome match practice after a relatively quiet time on the WSA Tour.
“It was really nice to get back to competing again after a break in the schedule from tournaments, so I’m looking forward to next week now.
“It was great to get some good matches at the Euros last week in the build-up to the British. Having had a good training block behind me, my fitness feels good, but nothing compares to playing matches again and I definitely think this will put me in a good position going into the British, having had four good matches.”
In Hull the Carol Weymuller Open champion is looking no further than her first-round match against a qualifier on May 12.
“I always look at it one match at a time. I’m no.5 seed coming into it, but the depth is so good nowadays that you don’t tend to look too far ahead in the draw.
“Obviously I want to get to my seeding position and then I will take it from there.”
“Winning the British Open is one of my goals,” she said. “It is one of the most important tournaments of the year and one I would love to win.
“I have lots of memories as a kid going to Wembley to watch it and there is so much history involved with the event, which makes it that much special.
“If by the end of the week I have my hands on the trophy, I would be a very, very, very happy girl!”