FAHEEM Khan and Fayyaz Mohammad overcame a scare in their opening game to win the inaugural Hong Kong Closed Doubles Squash Championships at Hong Kong Football Club yesterday. The top seeds survived four game points in the opener before running off with a 17-16, 15-4 victory over Jackie Lee Chun-kit and Tony Choi Yuk-kwan. Lee and Choi got off to a promising start with a 10-3 lead but the Pakistanis clawed their way back into the game and forced a deuce with Mohammad pulling out two winners at 12-14. The Pakistanis saved another two game points before Mohammad closed the 35-minute game with a deep drive which Lee failed to retrieve, and they swept the second game without any trouble. 'This is a good game, especially for people like me who are over the hill and cannot remain competitive in individuals anymore,' said Choi, a former Hong Kong champion who is now the director of coaching in squash. 'The association is keen to develop this game because we'll be hosting the Doubles World Championships next year and this game will also be in the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Kuala Lumpur. 'At present there are no public doubles courts but we'll be asking the Urban Council to build them.' Veterans Julie Hawkes and Dawn Olsen gave budding Hong Kong internationals Rebecca Chiu Wing-yin and Iris Chung Suet-mei a lesson with a 15-9, 15-6 drubbing in the women's final.