FITEQ’s October World Rankings released, impacting on World Championship seeding

FITEQ has published its latest World Rankings after another month of competition, with significant changes taking place following results in Poland and Hungary. This month’s changes are particularly important as they will dictate the seeding for the upcoming 2022 Teqball World Championships in Nuremberg.

The women’s singles category saw the biggest changes, with 9 of the top 10 impacted by events at the World Series in Krakow and the European Teqball Tour in Budapest.

Krisztina Ács rose from 73 to 2 following her incredible win in Krakow and her quarter-final appearance in Budapest. Rafaella Fontes went from a previously unranked position to 6 after her second-place finish in Krakow, and Boglarka Nagy is now ranked 5, rising from 16, after back-to-back semi-finals. Anna Izsák retains her place as world number 1.

In the men’s singles, Apor Györgydeák is now number 1 after victory at the World Series saw him leapfrog Ádám Blázsovics. Adrian Duszak is now ranked 4 after overtaking Csaba Bányik, and Martin Csereklye breaks into the top 10, now at 7.

The most significant changes in the men’s and women’s doubles categories were Balazs Katz moving from 12 to 7 in the men’s doubles after winning the World Series, and Gabriella Kota and Krisztina Ács’ victory in Budapest and bronze in Krakow moving them from 20 and 28 to 9 and 10 respectively.

Lea Vasas and Adam Bako are now ranked 5 and 6 in the mixed doubles after winning at both the European Teqball Tour and the World Series.

The full rankings can be found here FITEQ | World Ranking

05 Oct 2022