Ádám Blázsovics, left, won three of four golds in the Hungarian Challenger Cups ©FITEQ

World number one Ádám Blázsovics dominated the Hungarian Challenger Cups, winning three of four available gold medals.

Hungarian Blázsovics, who is the world number one, defeated compatriot Csaba Bányik 12-8, 12-3 to secure the Challenger Cup title in Balatonfured.

Martin Csereklye completed a Hungarian clean sweep of the medals, defeating France’s Julien Grondin in the bronze-medal match.

Bányik and Blázsovics then combined to produce a sensational run in the men's doubles event, winning the title without dropping a set.

Adding a third medal to his set, Bányik and partner Zsanett Janicsek defeated Serbia’s Nikola Mitro and Maja Umićević in the mixed doubles final.

The next day in Eger, Blázsovics followed up his victory in Balatonfured by defeating world number two Apor Györgydeák of Romania in the final 12-11, 12-10.

Bányik earned his fourth medal of the weekend, overcoming Tunisia’s Yassine Sahli 12-4, 12-9 for bronze.

Elsewhere, in the fourth and final National Challenger Series event in Brazil, Leonardo Santana and Rafaella Fontes upset world champions Natalia Guitler and Marcos Vieira in the mixed doubles event.

Leonardo Lindoso De Almeida won the men's singles, while Matheus Ferraz and Rodrigo Bento Medeiros won the men's doubles.