Hungary’s Lea Vasas and Zsanett Janicsek, left, earned the women's doubles title ©Facebook/Teqball

Hungary’s Zsanett Janicsek and Lea Vasas were crowned women’s doubles champions at the International Federation of Teqball's (FITEQ) Teqball World Series event in Paris, after beating the world champions in the final.

Janicsek and Vasas had earned three successive wins in straight sets to advance to the final at the CDFAS Centre of Sporting Excellence.

The duo faced Natalia Guitler and Rafaella Fontes in the final, with the Brazilians hoping to add to their World Championship victory in December.

The opening game was won 12-10 by Janicsek and Vasas, but the world champions responded by taking the second 12-8.

Janicsek and Vasas eventually triumphed in the close contest by winning the deciding set 12-9.

United States’ Margaret Osmund and Carolyn Greco were 12-8, 12-6 winners in the bronze medal match against Hungary’s Krisztina Acs and Gabriella Kota.

Janicsek had the chance to add to the women’s doubles title, after reaching the final of the mixed doubles with Csaba Banyik.

The Hungarians faced competition from Brazil’s Vania Moraes da Cruz and Leonardo Lindoso de Almeida.

Men’s doubles world champions Serbia's Bogdan Marojević and Nikolo Mitro also progressed to the final in Paris, with the duo fresh from victory at the European Teqball Tour opener in Lisbon last month.

Marojević and Mitro were straight sets winners in four matches to set up a final against Balazs Katz and Balazs Krisztian Velkey, who had ensured Hungary were represented in all three finals.

The world champions required a deciding game to claim victory in Paris, with Marojević and Mitro eventually triumphing 12-7, 8-12, 12-6.

Adam Bako and Soma Fordos were the winners of an all-Hungarian bronze medal match with Barna Kovacsfi and Martin Csereklye.

Bako and Fordos were 12-8, 12-8 victors to earn the final podium spot.

A total prize fund of $100,000 (£76,000/€90,000) was on offer at the first Teqball World Series event.