Newcomers are on the way to the top on World Ranking
Teqball returned to Los Angeles in May where the winners re-wrote the history books.
In women’s doubles at her debuting US event, the Hungarian Petra Pechy took the throne along with Kinga Barabasi. The title put Pechy in the 12th position. Although the Americans finished as silver medallists, they stayed behind Vasas/Janicsek in the World Ranking. The category’s current title holders won the bronze game and stayed at the top of the list.
The Argentinian Fiorella Pellegrini Boaglio started the season in the 167th position and with multiple fifth placements at the US tournaments, she owns now the 33rd spot.
Anna Gomez I Vila who only started Teqball in 2023 showed again her talent by finishing fourth and jumping ahead 47 positions at the WR, while the Columbian pair, Andrea Stephania Torres Camacho & Paula Andrea Nunez Villamarian are among the biggest leapers.
The fantastic French, Hugo Rabeux and Amelia Julian caused the biggest upset of the Teqball Tour Los Angeles by finishing off the world champions of 2021 in two sets in mixed doubles. With this victory, they took over the Serbian Maja Umicevic/Nikola Mitro duo.
Dennis Correia bettered his ranking by 17 places after reaching the Round of 16 with his fellow Mia Valente. The Polish Bartlomiej Franczuk joined up with the Spanish Sensation, Gomez I Vila also advanced from the group stage and was eliminated in the next round took off and rose 19 positions.
Among men’s doubles, Banyik/Katz showed the World why they are currently in the best form as Odnoga/Franczuk only scored 9 points in two sets. Katz with another win is now ahead of the four-time world champion Adam Blazsovics and has the fourth position. Matyas Odnoga with the silver in LA got into the top 20 while getting better and better results, the Columbian duo Joshua Bello & Jose Ricardo Oviedo Amortegui jumped 23 places.
Nothing changed at the club ranking which debuted in 2023.
The FITEQ World Ranking list is refreshed after each month when the gained points will be added while the credits that came later than two years will be taken away.