Hong Kong's junior tennis players and track athletes will be looking for their best form and a share of the glory at sporting events this weekend. At Wan Chai Sports Ground tomorrow, sprinters and hurdlers will compete for the newly created 'Speedy King' and 'Hurdling King' crowns at the Hong Kong Age Group Athletic Meet. Meanwhile, at Victoria Park, under-16 and under-12 boys will be slugging it out at the National Junior Tennis Championships. Top seed in the under-16 draw and last year's under-14 champion, Martin Sayer, will play his second-round match on Sunday morning. Reigning under-16 champion and SAR junior World Cup squad member, Jack Hui Cheuk-wai, will compete in the under-18 category next week as number one seed. Top seed in the under-12 category, Dan Shiner, will play his third-round match on Sunday and is optimistic of making further progress. 'There are a lot of good players in the competition, but I hope I can do well,' Shiner, 11, said. The West Island school student may face his toughest test in the quarter-finals, where he could play Andrew Chan, last year's under-10 winner. At the athletic meet in Wan Chai, medals will be awarded and champions decided in the 60 metres, 100m, 200m and 400m sprint events and the 100m, 110m and 400m hurdles events. Hong Kong's youth training squad coaches will be on the lookout for athletes who put in outstanding performances. The annual athletic meet is the first of four rounds, with the remainder to be held in March, October and November. It is organised by the Hong Kong Amateur Athletic Association and the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. Chris Atkins, general manager of sponsors Watson's Water, said 1,600 athletes would compete at the meet.