Kyle Edmund's French Open run came to an end in the quarter-finals of the boys' singles when he was beaten 6-4 6-3 by Belgian sixth seed Kimmer Coppejans.
The 17-year-old from Beverley in East Yorkshire had beaten Coppejans at the Australian Open in January but could not repeat the feat on the clay of Roland Garros in wet conditions.
Edmund was broken early in the match but hit back to level at 4-4 after a very long game only to lose his own serve straight away.
Coppejans was more consistent and in the end that made the difference, although it was still a good tournament for Edmund, who has now made at least the last eight at three successive grand slams.
British interest in the junior events ended later in the day when top seeds Liam Broady and Joshua Ward-Hibbert were beaten in the last eight of the boys' doubles.
The Britons, the reigning Australian Open champions, lost on a champions' tie-break to the French duo of Enzo Couacaud and Alexandre Favrot, the final score being 3-6 6-3 10-8.