Wang Chen is hoping to quickly shake off the cobwebs when she returns to action on Tuesday in the All-England Championships. Hong Kong's top-ranked player, Wang is coming back from a two-week break. She is seeded seventh for the tournament in Birmingham and is drawn in the same half as China's third-seeded Xie Xingfang. 'I have been on holiday for two weeks just before this competition, so I won't expect myself to be very fit,' said Wang, 29. 'And it is really my first match after Chinese New Year. But still I will do my best.' She also said her main goals for this year were to win a medal in the All-China Games and the World Championships. To prepare for the All-England Championships, Wang will miss the Hong Kong Sports Star Awards ceremony on Monday. She was nominated for the third time after getting the highest votes in 2002 and 2003. Wang, who is Hong Kong's only representative in Birmingham, receives a first-round bye but her biggest obstacle will be Xie, who defeated Wang at the China Open to clinch the trophy last November. Wang will fly to Birmingham tomorrow night with national coach Chan Chi-choi. The top-seeded women's player in the championships is China's Zhang Ning, who defeated Wang in quarter-finals of the Athens Olympic tournament. France's Hong Yan is seeded second.