Zsanett Janicsek and partner Csaba Bányik are now the world's top-ranked mixed doubles pair ©FITEQ

Hungary's Csaba Bányik and Zsanett Janicsek have overtaken reigning world champions Marquinhos Vieira and Natalia Guitler of Brazil to go top of the mixed doubles teqball world rankings.

It comes after their victory at the fourth Hungarian National Challenger Series on June 26 and 27.

The Czech Republic's Lukas Flaks also shot up the mixed doubles rankings from 56th to seventh.

In the singles world rankings, Ádám Blázsovics of Hungary maintained top spot for July, with Romania's Apor Gyorgydeak rising to second and Poland's Adrian Duszak dropped to third.

France's Julien Grondin rose to fourth following victory at the Luneville Challenger Cup on June 26, while Bán dropped to fifth.

Grondin's compatriot Hugo Rabeux moved from 10th to sixth after finishing runner-up in Luneville.

Serbia's Bogdan Marojevic and Poland's Patryk Kaminski are both newcomers to the top 10 and now ranked ninth and 10th respectively.

Blázsovics is now the standalone number one in the doubles too, with his partner Bányik dropping to number two.

Romania's Szabolcs Ilyes is third having switched places in the rankings with Frankie Diaz of the United States, who is now the world number four.

American Carolyn Greco is still the highest-ranked female player, but did move down two places to 11th.