HONGKONG champion William Wong Wai-lap's hopes of advancing to the second round of tomorrow's US$166,000 Indonesian Open in Jakarta look remote after being drawn against Indonesia's Hermawan Susanto, this year's World Championship finalist. Wong, who reached the last 16 of last week's Malaysian Open, could not have been more unlucky in yesterday's draw which saw Hongkong given difficult tasks in all five events. Susanto showed his class by reaching the final of the men's singles at last month's World Championships in Birmingham and, as this tournament's joint third seed, he is expected to breeze through his opening match against Wong. Hongkong's mixed doubles hopes, Chan Siu-kwong and Chan Hoi-yuk, the Malaysian Open quarter-finalists, were also handed a difficult task. The local aces were drawn against Denmark's Yan Paulsson and Lotto Olson, seeded fifth to eighth, in round one. Meanwhile, eight countries are expected to compete in the Prince junior tournament from August 12-15 at the Hongkong Sports Institute and Southorn Stadium. The tournament, previously called the Asian Junior Championships, is an under-17 event and organisers are confident the sport's strongest nations, Indonesia, China, Malaysia and South Korea, will compete.