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Top 5 Indian Kabaddi Players

Star marauder Siddharth Desai became the second-most costly player throughout the whole existence of the professional Kabaddi League (PKL) when Telugu Titans picked him for Rs 1.45 crore on Day 1 of professional Kabaddi 2019 player’s bartering Monday.

Desai, in his introduction trip last season, had picked 218 attack focuses from 21 games. 

Iranian kabaddi players commanded the first period of the professional Kabaddi League Season 7 sell-offs, with franchisees offering for them strongly. 

Puneri Paltan held the second most noteworthy sold marauder Nithin Tomar and Gujurat Fortunegiants held Parvesh Bhainswal. 

Marquee players Siddharth Desai, Nitin Tomar, Rahul Chaudhari, Monu Goyat, Rishank Devadiga, and Sandeep Narwal were the highest purchases within the sale,

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 got by Teams Telugu Titans, Puneri Paltans, Tamil Thalaivas, UP Yodha and U Mumba. 

Mohammad Esmaeil Nabibakhsh was the foremost elevated esteemed worldwide player, at Rs 77.75 lakh, purchased by Bengal Warriors.

Top 5 Indian Players
RankPlayer NamePrice In RsTeam
1Siddharth Desai1.45 croreTelugu Titans
2Nitin Tomar1.20 crorePuneri Paltans FBM
3Rahul Chaudhari94 lakhsTamil Talaivas
4Monu Goyat93 lakhsU.P.Yodhas
5Sandeep Narwal89 lakhsU Mumba

Siddharth Desai 

Siddharth Sirish Desai is an Indian expert kabaddi player who plays for the Telugu Titans in the Pro Kabaddi League.

Life story 

He was conceived on fifth December 1991 in Chandgad which is a community in Maharashtra. 

Siddharth is another face in Pro Kabaddi League and was purchased by U Mumba for 36.4 lakh rupees. 

He plays as a thief and has performed very well for his group in the matches so far in this period of PKL. 

Having a transcending nearness and great striking aptitudes, he has just snatched 28 focuses in two matches with to 10s in both the matches. 

He is falling off an unexpected component for the protection of the groups on the opposite side of the tangle. 

His diversions are singing and playing the guitar.

Debut

He made his professional kabaddi debut with U Mumba in season 6 of PKL on 7th October 2018.

Nitin Tomar

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Nitin Tomar rose to unmistakable quality after the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup where he protected India in a Do-Or-Die attack against Iran and dominated them the match. 

Hailing from a wrestling foundation, Tomar immediately rose through the positions of kabaddi and became well known. 

His game has developed throughout the years with him cleaning his overall aptitudes en route. 

Nitin Tomar’s administration capacity came to fore when he drove U.P. Yoddha in their presentation VIVO Pro Kabaddi season. 

In Season 5

he scored 177 focuses and was the most noteworthy scorer for his side, U.P. Yoddha. 

Tomar has won the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup and the 2017 Asian Kabaddi Championship with India.

Rahul Chaudhari

Referred to affectionately as the ‘Entertainer‘, inferable from his pizazz and ostentatious striking style, 

Rahul Chaudhari is one of the best players in the group’s history

Through the seasons, Chaudhari has been the class’ trailblazer in assaulting achievements. Chaudhari won his lady Best Raider Award in Season 4. 

Rahul Chaudhari scored 161 focuses in the debut season, the second-most elevated count in that crusade. 

Chaudhari drove the association in scoring with 150 focuses in Season 4. 

In Season 7, Chaudhari turned into the subsequent man to score 1000 focuses on the association.

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