Hong Kong's Uber Cup team scored their third straight victory after whitewashing Pakistan 5-0 in the Asian zone qualifying tournament in Jaipur, India, yesterday. With five teams in the group that also includes Singapore, Thailand and the host, Hong Kong have sealed their place in the finals in Japan in May. Asia have been awarded six places for both Thomas and Uber Cups finals, which means the top four teams from the qualifiers will be able to qualify, with the two other berths given to hosts Japan and defending champions China. Hong Kong beat Singapore 3-2 in their opening game, followed by another victory over hosts India with the same score. Regardless of the result of their final group match against Thailand, they have already made it into the semi-finals of the qualifiers. Wang Chen, the world number three, gave Hong Kong the perfect start when she easily fought off the challenge of Sara Khan of Pakistan to take the opening tie 21-2, 21-6. Youngster Yip Pui-yin made no mistake as she won the second singles with another easy victory over Aishan Akram 21-10, 21-9. Another youngster Wong Sin-yee scored her first victory of the tournament by defeating Asma Butt 21-10, 21-8 in the third singles. With a 3-0 lead, Hong Kong had already won the tie. Koon Wai-chee and Li Wing-mui iced the victory when they had another easy win, 21-3, 21-5 over Asma Butt and Uzma Butt in the first doubles. Wong Man-ching and Chow Hoi-wah completed the sweep with a 21-12, 21-2 victory against Akram and Saima Manzoor in the last dead rubber.