Bogdan Marojević and Nikolo Mitro of Serbia came out on top in the men's doubles event in Lisbon ©FITEQ

The reigning world champions Bogdan Marojević and Nikolo Mitro of Serbia and Zsanett Janicsek and Csaba Bányik of Hungary triumphed in the men's doubles and mixed doubles respectively at the European Teqball Tour season opener in Lisbon.

Marojević and Mitro overcame Bányik and his compatriot Ádám Blázsovics in straight sets in the men's doubles final at the Sports Complex Casal Vistoso, taking the first 12-10 before cruising to a 12-3 victory in the second.

The Hungarian pair are the top two ranked men's doubles players in the International Federation of Teqball rankings.

However, Marojević and Mitro dropped only one set in the knockout stages in Lisbon, including an impressive 12-7, 12-8 win against Romania's Apor Györgydeák and Szabolcs Ilyés in the semi-finals.

They had beaten Györgydeák and Ilyés to take gold at the Teqball World Championships in December last year.

The bronze medal at the first event of this year's European Teqball Tour went to French pair Julien Grondin and Hugo Rabeux, who beat Györgydeák and Ilyés 12-8, 12-6.

In the mixed doubles, the final was a repeat of that in Gliwice, with Janicsek and Bányik taking on Brazil's Leonardo Lindoso de Almeida and Vania Moraes Da Cruz.

The three sets each had a 12-7 scoreline, with Janicsek and Bányik winning two of them to take gold.

Neither of the finalists dropped a set in the knockout stages en route to their decider.

Leonardo Santana and Rafaella Fontes doubled the Brazilian presence on the podium, overcoming Serbia's Mitro and Maja Umićević 12-9, 9-12, 12-5 in the match for bronze.

Târgu Mures in Romania is due to host the next competition on the European Teqball Tour from April 28 to 30.