In the showpiece, Dalvi lost out 21-17 21-16 to the seventh seed to end an impressive campaign with a silver medal.
Dalvi knocked out home favourite Alvaro Leal of Spain 21-17 21-15 in the semi-finals, beating another seed, Amaury Lievre of France in a decider in the quarter-finals.
Robin Harper and Harry Wakefield advanced from the qualifiers all the way to the men’s doubles semi-finals in Blanca Dona.
The pair did not drop a game in the opening two rounds before requiring a decider against Natan Begga and Baptiste Labarthe of France to reach the quarter-finals.
The duo won 21-17 16-21 21-14 before meeting Denmark’s Mads Gadegaard and Oliver Geisler in the last four.
Harper and Wakefield took the lead and were well in the second game before a late rally from Gadegaard and Geisler hit back to advance to the final 17-21 22-20 21-13.
Oliver Butler and Ben Jarvis reached the second round stage of the men’s doubles where they served for the match against Francisco Olivares and Jaume Perez, eventually losing 21-17 15-21 23-21.
Fifth seed Lisa Curtin made it through to the women’s singles quarter-finals facing second seed Frederikke Ostergaard in a thrilling contest.
Curtin won the first game and served for the match in the second before Ostergaard forced a decider and again overturned a deficit, winning five points in a row to take the win 17-21 22-20 21-19 and reach the semi-finals.
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Qualifier Tashvi Parab was also in women’s singles action, reaching the second round with a 21-15 21-15 win over seventh seed Katrin Neudolt before losing to eventual finalist Sofie Karmann.
Oliver Butler and Chloe Dennis survived a decider against Wessel van der Aar and Kirsten de Wit of the Netherlands in the opening round of the mixed doubles.
The English duo took the first game only to be pegged back in the second but pulled away with six consecutive points in the decider to take the win 21-19 18-21 21-17 before losing in three games in the second round.
Dennis also competed in the women’s doubles alongside Lee with the duo beaten in the first round.
France’s Agathe Cuevas and Kathell Desmots-Chacun pulled away in both games, winning seven points in a row to take the match 21-13 21-14 as they advanced through to the quarter-final stage.