Daniela Bedanova finally won the Hong Kong Open junior title - after a year-long rain delay. The 16-year-old Czech was denied the chance to play for the Hong Kong Open girls' singles crown last year when a downpour forced the final to be cancelled. But she returned for the 1999 tournament and was all smiles yesterday after beating compatriot Petra Cetkovska in the final at Victoria Park. 'I won the doubles last year but the singles final was not played, so it's nice to win it this year,' said the top seed and world number five junior after her stunning 6-2, 4-6, 6-4 victory. As for the future, the Wimbledon and US Junior Open doubles champion wants to be a smash hit on the WTA Tour next year. 'I hope to turn pro after the Orange Bowl event in America next year. I don't know what I can achieve on the senior circuit but my dream is to get as high in the rankings as possible,' she said. Yesterday's finalists will come face to face again in tomorrow's girls' doubles final. Bedanova and South African partner Aniela Mojzis demolished Swedish duo Ann Ericsson and Jenny Lindstrom 6-3, 6-2. In the other semi, Czech teammates Cetkovska and Renata Voracova brushed aside Taiwan's Chen Yi-tin and Chao Hsiao-han by the same score. There will be a strong Czech presence in the boys' finals. Fourth seed Michal Kokta beat Germany's Philipp Marx 6-3, 6-2 to book a final showdown with Taiwan's Lu Yen-hsun, a 6-4, 6-0 winner over American Mathew Emery. Kokta will partner his compatriot, Lukas Dlouhy, in the doubles final against Canadians Philip Gubenco and Stephen Timu.