WAYNE Wong and Michael Wu salvaged some pride for Hong Kong when they broke Beijing's domination in the Rice Bowl Junior Interport Tournament at the Hong Kong Sports Institute. Wayne and Michael landed the boys' 14-and-under team title with victories over Beijing and Malaysia, while Hong Kong players had to be content with the runner-up awards in the other three divisions. The Beijing representatives were in a class of their own lifting the boys' under-16 crown and clinching the girls' titles in both age categories. The Chinese further underlined their superiority with a clean sweep of all four individual titles, with the only 'outsider' to make the finals being Malaysia's Gan Chun Boo. Wang Lei defeated Gan in the boys' 16-and-under final, while Yang Nan took the 14-and-under title by beating teammate Wang Guodung in an all-Beijing final. Chen Qing captured the girls' 16-and-under championship with Fan Na the runner-up, and in the 14-and-under category, Wang Chen stopped Sun Tiantian in another all-Beijing final. Meanwhile, more than 200 budding young tennis players packed the South China AA courts in Wylie Road earlier this week for a special clinic with their idol - Michael Chang. The American-Chinese, ranked eighth in the world, was here for an ATP event at the Victoria Park, but took time off with his brother-coach Carl to give the youngsters a lesson. He had a hit-out with about 20 enthusiastic players between the ages of eight and 13, who earned their privilege through the Stars of the Future programme run by the Hong Kong Tennis Association. South Africa's Wayne Ferreira, 10th on the ATP ranking who is also here for the professional tournament, also ran a tennis clinic for the territory's tennis juniors. Ferreira, 10th on the ATP ranking who is also here for the professional tournament, also ran a tennis clinic for the territory's tennis juniors.