Zhou Mi and Wang Chen are eyeing an all-Hong Kong final in the women's singles at the inaugural Super Series grand finals starting in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah in Malaysia today. The US$500,000 tournament features the top eight players/pairs after 12 rounds of competition over the year, and Hong Kong's Zhou, who tops the standings in the women's singles, is the favourite to lift the title following the withdrawal of the China team, who surprisingly pulled out of all five events and sequestered the all-star team at a winter training camp in Beijing instead. Although the two Hong Kong shuttlers were both drawn in group A - along with Xu Huaiwen of Germany and Yu Hirayama of Japan - they can still qualify for the semi-finals as the first and second finishers and meet in the final, where the winner pockets US$40,000. Zhou, who had a successful 2008 with two super series titles and three second-place finishes, said before leaving for Malaysia that her heart was set on going all the way. 'This is the biggest tournament of the year in terms of prize money and it would be nice to win it to wrap up the year,' she said. The 29-year-old right-hander came out of retirement after she arrived in Hong Kong in late 2006. This set the stage for a stunning comeback, rising from outside the world's top 200 in May last year to the top of the world order last month. She had previously held the top ranking in 2002 and 2004 when representing China. Zhou will meet Wang in the first group match today before taking on Xu. Wang, who clinched the last super series event of the year in Hong Kong earlier this month, will also play Hirayama today. Hong Kong's Chan Yan-kit will meet Peter Gade of Denmark in his first match in group A in men's singles. Malaysia's Lee Chong Wei is favourite to take the men's crown in the absence of Olympic champion Lin Dan.