The squad has lost out to a semi-professional USA team in the last eight of the event in Bali, after going further than any previous Scots team in history.
Tim Wickens, treasurer of the Scottish Bridge Union, said: "They have done superbly well to get through the European section and qualify for the last eight.
"They are a good team, who have worked very hard. They bonded better as a unit than teams have in the past, with a lot of team spirit."
Mr Wickens said the championships had been "like Wimbledon, where we are used to British players out in the first round... Andy Murray's success has changed all that".