Rebecca Chiu Wing-yin is looking for revenge against Malaysia's teenage star Nicol David on her way to capturing her first gold at the Asian Squash Championships next month. Eighteen months ago David, then 16, scored an emphatic straight-games triumph in the final of women's singles at the Bangkok Asian Games. The duo have not met since and Chiu plans to taste victory in a probable final in the SAR tournament at the Hong Kong Squash Centre from July 5 to 12. On paper, second-seed Chiu is the underdog as she has never beaten number-one pick David, but she refused to write off her chances. 'My chances would be 50-50 as I'll be playing at home. She might not have enough time to get used to the conditions of the centre court,' said Chiu. 'She's very good. Apart from her skills, she has amazing speed on the court. She can virtually dig the ball up at every corner, no matter how you hit it. There is only one thing which concerns me - I have to focus more on my own style of game and play with more patience,' Chiu said. Hong Kong coach Tony Choi Yuk-kwan hopes his squad could go one better than last time when both the men's and women's team won bronze medals. He believes the women's team title would be between Malaysia and Hong Kong. For the men's team event, Choi admitted only the Malaysians were capable of breaking Pakistan's dominance this time. A top-four finish for the team, led by Faheem Khan, is the best he is hoping for.