The Khan dynasty was kept intact at the Head Hong Kong Closed Championships as long-time Hong Kong resident Faheem Khan swept all before him again to win his eighth successive men's individual title. The 29-year-old former Pakistani junior champion had to surmount some pressure before finally overcoming his doubles partner, Wong Wai-hang, in an entertaining 9-7, 9-1, 8-10, 9-4 victory at the Hong Kong Squash Centre. Rebecca Chiu Wing-yin, meanwhile, breezed to her third women's individual title after brushing aside Philippine number one Chris Ehrlich 9-5, 9-1, 9-5 in the other final. Faheem, once ranked 22nd in the world but whose ranking has slipped to 81st, had to shake off a tenacious challenge from Wong, who is tipped to take over Faheem's crown in the near future. 'He [Wong] played really well today and he's young. He beat Jackie [Lee Chun-kit] in the semi-finals so he was quite confident. Wong started very well and played a good pace at the start,' said Faheem, who first burst upon the local scene in 1991 when he won his first Hong Kong Closed title. 'My back is still not feeling good and during the past few days it has been a bit sore. I'm not getting any younger and it took me some time before I could get into the game,' he said. Wong gave Faheem a scare when he led 7-0 in the first game but Faheem steadily closed the gap to win the opener with a stroke after Wong obstructed the local champion. Faheem turned up the pace to win the second game 9-1 but Wong showed glimpses of brilliance to win the third game with a winning cross-court boast. Faheem's experience told in the end and the Hong Kong champion confidently strode past Wong to capture the fourth game, winning with an exquisite drop shot which left Wong stranded at the back of the court.