HONGKONG'S Rebecca Chiu and Catherine Radcliffe have Herculean tasks ahead of them after yesterday's draw was made for next month's US$25,000 Pak Fah Yeow Open, writes Unus Alladin. Chiu and Radcliffe are the territory's only players in the 32-women main draw which begins at the Hongkong Squash Centre from May 25-30 but are unlikely to progress past the opening round after being drawn against top-class players. Chiu, who was given a wild-card entry, takes on last week's British Open runner-up Suzanne Horner of England, the sixth seed, while Chiu has an even more daunting task. She takes on second seed and world number two, Martine Le Moignan, also from England. Fourteen-year-old Chiu said: ''I've played junior all my life and I have a chance to play against world class players now. Although I haven't a good draw, I will still try my best.'' England's world number six Lisa Opie will not take part in the tournament because of a hip injury. Opie's withdrawal gives Australian Danielle Drady, ranked 25th in the world, direct entry into the main draw. Newly-crowned British Open champion Michelle Martin of Australia, the top seed, begins her campaign by taking on Hugoline Van Hoorn of the Netherlands. Third seed Cassie Jackman and fifth-seeded Susan Wright, both of England, are drawn to play qualifiers. Australian Liz Irving, the fourth seed, will take on Philippa Beams of New Zealand while seventh seed Heather Wallace of Canada has a qualifier to contend with as does eighth-seeded Australian Sarah Fitz-Gerald.