Rebecca Chiu Wing-yin is on a revenge mission as she leads Hong Kong in the final of the women's team competition against tournament favourites Malaysia at the Hong Kong Squash Centre today. Chiu suffered a heartbreaking loss when she squandered six match points against arch-rival and top Malaysian player Nicol David in Saturday's individual final. But Chiu promised there won't be a repeat of her spectacular collapse that allowed David to come back and lay claim to the title in five games. 'I think I have learned something from our last meeting. Hopefully, I will seize the opportunity if it comes again,' said 22-year-old Chiu. 'I've had a few days to recover from the disappointment of losing the individual title.' Chiu showed no signs of nerves when she led the SAR to the final. Hong Kong first completed their Pool B matches by beating Sri Lanka and Chiu wasted no time in dispatching S.D. Abeygunawardena 9-1, 9-3, 9-1. Former national champion Dawn Olsen thrashed Kushani Daluwatte without dropping a single point, while Elise Ng went on to beat Shivanthi Kotage 9-0, 9-1, 9-3. Hong Kong were then drawn against Japan and the local girls came out on top again, winning 3-0. Chiu had no problems against Mami Nishio, winning 9-2, 9-3, 9-1, although Olsen was made to work hard against Eri Tsuchida, before completing a 9-3, 5-9, 9-5, 9-3 win. Christina Mak completed the rout for Hong Kong by defeating Kaoru Tateno 9-1, 9-1 in a meaningless rubber which was reduced to two games. Meanwhile, Hong Kong bowed out of the men's competition after losing to Malaysia 3-0 in the competition's semi-finals. Hong Kong were weakened by the absence of 10-time national champion Faheem Khan who pulled out of the tie because of illness. It was then up to Yan Ka-ho, Jackie Lee and Vincent Cheung to fly the flag for the SAR. But apart from Yan, who extended Yap Kok Four to four games, Hong Kong were outclassed by the Malaysians, who will play Pakistan for the title.