HONG Kong's Willy Chan Lee has assured herself of another significant rise up the world rankings after qualifying for the main draw of a US$50,000 event in Jakarta, Indonesia yesterday. Chan, currently ranked 498 in the world, will earn points for reaching the main draw, where she is unfortunate enough to be pitted against top-seeded Japanese Yone Kamio. Her coach Mark Bailey said it was the first time Chan had reached the main draw of a competition via the qualifying rounds. ''She played three matches to get there and now she faces the top seed,'' said Bailey. ''But you really can't complain. ''She did extremely well to get there. There were four qualifying places in the main draw and two of them were either against the top seed or second seed.'' Chan beat Australia's Robin Moresly 6-3, 6-3 in her final qualifying match. Bailey said her ranking will rise according to her performances at the tournament. Kamio is ranked just outside the world's top 100, and victory over her would see Chan rise at least 50 places. Taiwan's Weng Tzu-ting, who is regarded as the next Wang Shi-ting, faces the territory's Lorraine Ng in the second round of the East Asian Junior Championships, which started yesterday at the Hong Kong Sports Institute. Weng, 15, is top seed in the girls section ahead of Francesca La'o, of the Philippines. Wang is Taiwan's number one player and is ranked in the world's top 40. Weng is expected to follow in her footsteps.