JACKLYN Fu Yan-ling leads Hong Kong's challenge in the Reebok Hard Court World Finals which has brought to the territory the cream of the world's under-16 tennis hopefuls. Thousands of boys and girls competed in national challenges in the US, Britain, Norway, Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia and Hong Kong for places in the year-end event which started yesterday. National junior champions from China, Taiwan, Thailand and the Philippines have also been invited to add spice to the tournament at Victoria Park. Jacklyn has shown solid form in the past two weeks - winning the women's singles at the Chinese Recreation Club Open and producing a most promising effort in the Asian Championships. Another local girl capable of doing well in the tournament is 13-year-old Tong Ka-po. Hong Kong's top chance in the boys' singles would be Jamee Wong Kwok-ching, a Hong Kong International School pupil who shone at last week's Asian tournament with a first round victory over a Singaporean opponent. Other local players in the boys' singles draw are Desmond Chen, Wayne Wong and Edgar Wong.