Christina Mak Pui-hin's hopes of securing a place in the women's main draw at the World Open were dashed when she lost 3-0 to Mexican Samantha Teran yesterday. Mak, who won a difficult, come-from-behind match against Australian Lisa Camilleri on Sunday, was overwhelmed yesterday by the qualifiers' top seed, going down 9-3, 9-5, 9-5 in about half an hour. Mak said fatigue was the main reason for her fall, which deprived her of a chance to appear in the women's main draw with teammate Rebecca Chiu Wing-yin on home ground. Instead the honour of facing Hong Kong's number one will fall to Teran today. 'Teran was not as difficult as I expected but I was just too tired to keep up with her pace,' Mak said. 'She kept me running from the very beginning and seized every chance to attack. 'She must have watched my previous match and knew I would be tired after the long struggle in the first round.' The main events start today at the Hong Kong Squash Centre.