SQUASH professional Faheem Khan will be joined by three juniors in the Hong Kong team for the World Championships in Cyprus and Egypt next month. The individuals will be held in Cyprus in the second week of November, and the tournament will then move to Egypt for the team competition. Jackie Lee Chun-kit and Wong Wai-hang have already been picked by the Hong Kong Squash Racquets Association selection committee, but the remaining berth is still undecided. 'There will be a play-off between Wong Wai-chung and Yan Tsz-keung for the other place in the team,' said Tony Choi Yuk-kwan, the HKSRA's director of coaching. 'This would be a very young team, but it should be good experience for the boys, who are all very dedicated and eager to move up to the professional ranks in the future.' Jackie, who will play at number two in the World Championship team behind Faheem, is the territory's leading junior and has made his mark among his peers. The La Salle College student won the Asian junior crown in 1992, and last year he was the only Asian to reach the quarter-final round at the Junior World Championships. Wai-hang has been pushing Jackie to his limits in local competitions, but he is a temperamental player and quite often loses his nerve when put under pressure. There is little difference between Wai-chung and Tsz-keung, and they could be useful reserves, although they may find the promotion to senior level too steep to handle.