The best young players in the country go head-to-head at the weekend, with 13 national titles at stake at the Mark Bates Ltd Cadet, U17 & Junior National Championships.

The tournament is at the David Ross Sports Village in Nottingham, with Cadet and Under-17 events on Saturday and Junior events on Sunday.

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Under-21 national champions Connor Green and Tianer Yu will be looking to add the Junior singles titles to their honours – Green will be defending his title, while it is the first time Yu has been eligible to compete in this event.

Both are top seeds in the singles and both will also be going for a hat-trick of honours in that age group – Yu is top seed in the Junior Girls’ Doubles, alongside Scarlett Anders, and along with Joseph Hunter are top seeds in the Mixed.

Green is in fact defending all three titles available to him, though he will have new partners. He last year won the Mixed with older sister Erin and this time lines up with twin sister Anna, as second seeds. In the Boys’ Doubles, he and Ben Piggott are the top-ranked pair.

Yu could win four titles – she is top seed in the Under-17 Girls’ Singles, ahead of defending champion Sienna Jetha. The corresponding boys’ top seed is Ralph Pattison, who last year won the Cadet Boys’ Singles. The No 2 is Larry Trumpauskas, who won both Cadet and Junior singles titles in 2022.

At the same age group, Ella Pashley & Mabel Shute get the chance to defend their Girls’ Doubles title, while last year’s Cadet Boys’ Doubles winners, Max Radiven & Harry Randall, step up an age group.

Radiven is still eligible for the Cadet categories, and he is the top seed in the Boys’ Singles, ahead of Kacper Piwowar. In the girls’ draw, Jetha is the top seed, ahead of Eva Eccles.