Adrian Duszak has returned to the top of the FITEQ world rankings ©FITEQ

Poland’s Adrian Duszak returned to the top of the International Federation of Teqball (FITEQ) singles world ranking. 

Duszak overtook Hungary's three-time world champion Ádám Blázsovics in the rankings after playing in a number of events last month. 

Victories came at the Polish National Challenger Series, where Duszak qualified for the 2021 Teqball World Championships, and the FITEQ Challenger Cup in Brazil. 

He now has 16856 world ranking points, while Blázsovics, who had taken the top spot in November, has 15010. 

There was little change in the rest of the top 10 apart from Duszak’s compatriot Patryk Kaminski’s rise from 12th to ninth.

In the doubles ranking, Blázsovics retained the number one spot alongside teammate Csaba Bányik with 21895 points. 

Ádám Blázsovics slipped down to second in the FITEQ world rankings ©FITEQ
Ádám Blázsovics slipped down to second in the FITEQ world rankings ©FITEQ

Serbian pair Bogdan Marojevic and Nikola Mitro remained in second place on 10470.

In the mixed doubles, 2019 world champions Natalia Guitler and Marcos Viera kept their place at the top in a relatively unchanged list. 

The Brazilians have 6855 points.  

Bányik features again, this time in second place with 4782 points alongside teammate Zsanett Janicsek. 

The next FITEQ world ranking update is set to be published in February.