Denise Payet’s runs to the quarter-finals of the Cadet Girls’ Doubles and last 16 of the singles were the best English results as the Hungarian Youth Open came to an end.

Payet partnered Alma Roose of Sweden and the pair were seeded seventh and went straight into the last 32.

Victories over pairs from the host nation and Belarus put them into the last eight, but the third seeds from Taipei knocked them out in four sets. Charlotte Bardsley & Jasmin Wong were beaten in the last 64.

Bardsley and Payet both got through the group stage in the singles and both then won their first round matches to put them into the last 32.

Bardsley’s run ended there, but Payet had an emphatic win over an opponent from Taipei. However, she was defeated in the next round by France’s Claire Picard.

In the Cadet Boys’ events, Ethan Walsh also made it through the group stage and was beaten by Iran’s Amin Ahmadian in the last 64.

In the doubles, he and partner Ilia Kortchinski of Belarus reached the last 16, where home players Csaba Andras & Oliver Both prevailed in four.

In the team events in Szombathely, Tom Jarvis, Luke Savill & Josh Bennett represented England in the Junior Boys and Bardsley & Wong in the Cadet Girls.

Payet performed alongside Nadezhda Bogdanova of Belarus and Annika Lundstrom of Finland in the Junior Girls, while Walsh competed with Kortchinski in the Cadet Boys.

However, none of the teams made it through the group stages.