The Hong Kong tennis team take on Kuwait in an important three-day Davis Cup match starting on Friday at Victoria Park.
The locals are hoping to qualify for Asia/Oceania Group One and come a step closer to the heady heights of the World Group which includes reigning champions Australia, the United States and other top tennis-playing nations.
The Hong Kong Tennis Association (HKTA) will give Young Post readers 1,000 three-day passes to the event.
In addition, the HKTA will provide five readers with a free, one-hour coaching lesson to be conducted by one of Hong Kong's top players, while 10 lucky readers will win a tennis merchandise pack worth $300, which includes a T-shirt, windbreaker (coat), cap, towel, socks and pens.
To enter the competitions, send a letter to us stating whether you want to attend the lessons or win the merchandise (or both). All entries will win a bunch of passes to the Davis Cup matches.
Send your letters to: 'Young Post Davis Cup Competition', SCMP, 16F, Somerset House, 979 King's Road, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong.