Kabaddi is a popular sport in India and has a wealth of talent across the country. India is a powerhouse on the international stage in kabaddi and has won several titles, including the World Cup. However, the most important factor in the emergence of kabaddi and recognition of the players has been the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL). The league has ...
Top 5 International Players in Pro Kabaddi League Season VI: 1. Fazel Attrachali. The Iranian captain became the most expensive international player in the Pro Kabaddi League. He also has once won the Best Defender of the Season award. Photo Courtesy: The Indian Express. This will be the second stint for the 26-year-old with U Mumba and he will be charged up, even more, to show how far along he has come in his pursuit of being the best in the sport.
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Here are the International Kabaddi Rankings of the players who have become ardent fans of many Kabaddi lovers across the globe. International Kabaddi Rankings of the Players #1. David Mosambayi. This highly skilled and talented player hails from Kenya and plays from the same country. He is considered to be the most dangerous man for the rivalry teams.
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The Iranian Professional Kabaddi Player, Fazel Atrachali was born on 29th March 1992 in Iran. He is currently a part of U Mumba in the Vivo Pro Kabaddi League and also in the Iranian National Kabaddi Team. He is one of the most successful, famous, and greatest Foreign players in the history of the Pro Kabaddi League.
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Jang is a Korean Raider who has a record for earning the most points by any overseas player in Pro Kabaddi. He has captained the Republic of Korea’s Kabaddi team for various international tournaments. His signature move is “Kick” which involves extending the leg instead of your hand to touch the defender as quickly as possible.
Anup Kumar is known to be a retired skilful kabaddi player born on 20th November 1983. He had been a part of the Indian Kabaddi Team and achieved Asian gold medals in the years 2010 and 2014, a South Asian gold medal in 2016 and also the Kabaddi World Cup in the same year. Anup Kumar was the leader or caption of the Indian Kabaddi Team.
Kabaddi is a contact team sport. Played between two teams of seven players, the objective of the game is for a single player on offence, referred to as a "raider", to run into the opposing team's half of a court, tag out as many of their defenders as possible, and return to their own half of the court, all without being tackled by the defenders, and in a single breath.