HONGKONG'S star junior squash player Rebecca Chiu Wing-yin has been handed an exceptionally tough draw for her professional Grand Prix debut when she lines up against Suzanne Horner in the first round of the Pak Fah Yeow Open. Chiu, who came third in the girls' event at the Asian Junior Championships early this year, has been awarded a wild card for being the current number two woman player in Hongkong. But it would be difficult to see the budding 14-year-old Jockey Club Ti-I College student do much against Horner, the world number seven from England who was runner-up at the recent British Open. But Jackie Yu Kwok-king, development officer of the Hongkong Squash Racquets Association, said: ''Rebecca is a very promising player and she deserves the chance to play in this tournament and experience what is like to compete against the world's leading professionals. ''Of course we couldn't ask much from her but I'm sure she will greatly benefit from the exposure.'' The HKSRA's other wild card was given to seasoned Hongkong international Catherine Radcliffe, but she is also anticipated to receive a first round drubbing from England's world number two Martine le Moignan. Another local junior star Sally Hawkes has also entered for the tournament but she will have to compete in the qualifying rounds. The tournament will bring to Hongkong an array of the world's best woman players with nine of the top-10 on the Women's International Squash Players Association chart having confirmed their participation.