Hong Kong's Zhang Rui is just one match away from realising her Olympic dreams after scoring two successive wins in the Asian continental qualifying tournament at Shek Kip Mei Park Sports Centre yesterday. Zhang (pictured) shrugged off a poor start in the knockout stage when she suffered a surprising 4-3 defeat to Thailand's Nanthana Komwong, making up for that upset with victories over Lu Yun-feng of Taiwan (4-2) and North Korean Kim Mi-yong (4-0) in the repechage round last night. She will qualify for Beijing if she beats old partner Wang Nan of China today. World number three Wang was upset by former national team member Dang Ye-seo, now representing South Korea, in the semi-finals of the knockout stage. Dang, who moved to South Korea seven years ago, beat Wang 4-3. Dang and Nanthana - who beat Haruna Fukuoka of Japan 4-2 in the other semi-final - have now booked two of the seven Olympic berths on offer at this tournament. Even if Zhang loses to Wang today, she will still have another chance to qualify for Beijing as the repechage rounds will continue until all seven Olympic places have been filled. 'I was disappointed when I lost to Nanthana as I had beaten her easily before,' Zhang said. 'I was still troubled by that defeat and was lucky to get away with a victory against Lu.' If Zhang does qualify for Beijing, the former mainlander will have one more hurdle to overcome. She will have to get special dispensation from the International Olympic Committee as she is still several months away from obtaining a Hong Kong passport. In the men's competition, world number three Wang Liqin of China and North Korean Kim Hyok-bong won their semi-finals yesterday and are through to the Olympics. Hong Kong's Cheung Yuk lost 4-0 to Ri Chol-guk of North Korea in the repechage and will have to win two matches today to clinch one of the five Olympic tickets remaining.