The Furama Hong Kong National Championships were washed out again last night at Victoria Park, prompting renewed calls for a purpose-built indoor stadium. Only one round of matches have been possible since the $250,000 tournament started on Monday. And with the finals scheduled to be played tomorrow morning, players will be forced to play four matches over the weekend. Kenneth Ng Chi-hin, vice-president of the Hong Kong Tennis Association, said an indoor facility would benefit the territory, not only in sparing local and international tournaments during bad weather, but development programmes as well. 'We've been asking the Urban Council for a long time and there are still more talks,' said Ng. 'There are two professional tournaments in Hong Kong, and in the past, they have both been affected by bad weather. 'An indoor facility would be a great help. Tournaments, both local and international, can be held without worry and training and development programmes can be held no matter what the weather.' The Urban Council is talking about redeveloping the Victoria Park complex but Ng stressed that the HKTA should have dedicated indoor courts or priority access for their programmes to be effective.