I'M very happy and excited to be coming back to Hong Kong because this is a very special place for me - where I won my first professional title and where I beat Jahangir [Khan] for the first time. Playing in Hong Kong is just like playing in Pakistan. I always feel at home here and I'm always able to play my best squash. I'm confident of showing my best squash again and winning the title for the seventh time because I've trained hard for this and I'm in very good form. I started training for this tournament straight after I went home to Peshawar following the Tournament of Champions in New York and I'm feeling as fit as ever. But at 26, I have to change my game because I do not want to wear myself out if I want to stay in squash for another four or five years. Previously my tactic was to keep my opponents on court as long as possible and outlast them but now I want to finish the match quickly, hopefully all matches should be under 40 minutes. To do this I would have to go for the winners and I'm spending more of my training time on the court sharpening my volleys, drop shots and boasts. I do not do much running nor weight training anymore but I still train twice a day. There is usually a three-hour self-practice session every morning, and in the afternoon I play one-against-two with my brother Mohibullah and my brother-in-law and coach Mahboob for two hours. The afternoon sessions are very important because they give me solid match practice. I play more attacking squash now and my shots are a lot sharper. I have won all three tournaments I've played this year and the British Open and Tour of Champions finals both lasted less than 40 minutes so everything is going to plan. Only the Portuguese Open final against Peter Marshall [of England] went more than an hour. It's unfortunate that Peter Marshall has to pull out because of an illness but there are other strong opponents like Rodney Eyles, Peter Nicol and Brett Martin in the draw. The three of them have always given me a good game whenever I have played them. Jansher Khan was talking with Norideen Kitchell.