HONG KONG'S Lo Chuen-tsung, men's singles bronze medallist at the 1985 World Championships, has been handed one last shot at personal glory by being drawn against Olympic champion Jan-Ove Waldner in the first round of the individual competition tomorrow. Belgium-based Lo had up and down results in the team competition but wins over the promising Trinko Keen of the Netherlands and former Chinese star Chen Xinhua, who now plays for England, showed that much of the old magic remains. Waldner, whose coolness under pressure in the team event final against China was remarkable, has been a model of consistency in these championships and if Lo wins it will be one of the best results of his long career. 'It's a very difficult match for Lo but he has nothing to lose,' said Hong Kong coach David Cheng. Chan Kong-wah, the other Hong Kong men's player in the main draw, will play a qualifier in the first round with the reward for victory a match against reigning singles champion Jean-Philippe Gatien. Hong Kong's men's team, 14th in the last championships, slipped to 20th spot in the world after a 3-1 loss to Russia in their final game. Women's world number three Chai Po-wa and Chan Tan-lui, singles bronze medallist at the 1991 world championships, have relatively simple passages into the fourth round in the women's singles but will have to hit top form to progress. Chai is scheduled to meet former Chinese player Jing Juhong of Singapore in the fourth round. If Chai prevails against Jing, her likely quarter-final opponent will be world number eight Liu Wei of China, the player Chan Tan-lui defeated to reach the semi-finals four years ago. Chan has a more daunting task awaiting her in the fourth round. She has been drawn to play world number two Qiao Hong and must hope the mercurial Chinese has an off day. 'Chai will find it tough against Liu Wei if they meet in the quarter-finals while it would be a surprise result if Chan beat Qiao,' Cheng said. In the women's doubles Chai and Chan are seeded to meet Deng and Qiao in the semi-finals but will first have to overcome a tricky quarter-final against the up-and-coming Chinese pairing of Wang Chen and Wu Na.