10. Manjeet Chhillar
Manjeet Chhillar is one of the well-known kabaddi players born in Nizampur, Delhi. He in his early phase of life was a wrestler, but because of a bruise to my nose made him go back to his suburb where he started playing kabaddi. Manjeet had been seen in the competitive kabaddi scene during the Asian Games of 2010 hosted in China. Manjeet was a part of the Indian Kabaddi Team and had also claimed an Asian Games gold medal in the year of 2014 and even another gold medal in the Asian Indoor Games in the same year. For his unspeakable performance in sports, the authorities bestowed the Arjuna Award to him. Manjeet was also a part of the Haryana state team and tops the leaderboards of the Pro Kabaddi League with tackle counts of 302, having 289 being successful and High 5s are 21.
9. Anup Kumar
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. He is the only Indian to have led the team of U Mumba for consequent five seasons. He is also known as one of the outstanding raiders in the Pro Kabaddi League, and also International Kabaddi. Government authorities rewarded him Arjuna award for his outstanding performance in sports in the year of 2012.
8. Kashiling Adake
Kashiling Adake born in Kasegaon of Sangli, Maharashtra, lost his father in the year of 2013, causing all the burden of being the only earner for the family to fall on his shoulders. He took up farming also simultaneously started work in a sugarcane factory. He was an anxious kabaddi player from the time of his school period and had become a part of the suburb’s Kabaddi clubs. He came to Mumbai through the help of his uncle Sunil Adake where he started playing for Bharat Petroleum. Later, he reached the National Squad and got chosen by Dabang Delhi in 2014. In the 2nd season, he concluded his run with 114 points, being the highest of a Raider’s leader board and was awarded the Best Raider Award. He holds a record of having the most points in one single Kabaddi League game.
7. Rohit Kumar
Rohit Kumar is a known kabaddi player born in Nizampur, Haryana in the year 1990. Rohit Kumar had a common affection to the game of Kabaddi. Looking through players like Manjeet Chhillar, Mohit Chillar coming from the same native place, provided him with determination to grasp something comparable in the world of Kabaddi. He started off his career in the pro kabaddi league season 3 for the Patna Pirates, where he was awarded the Most Valuable Player of the season.
Rohit then later got chosen by the Bengaluru Bulls in the fourth season. He got selected in the National Squad in the year 2016 to play in the South Asian Games in Guwahati and Shillong, where he achieved a gold medal for his nation. We know his frog jump to be one of his special moves.
Only in a matter of 3 seasons, he rose to number four in the list of players with the most Super10s in the league.
6. Pawan Kumar
Pawan Kumar Sehrawat is an Indian competent kabaddi player born in New Delhi who plays in the Pro Kabaddi League. He is a part of the Bengaluru Bulls for whom he had started playing in Season 1 since his first game. He was extraordinary when he played in the Federation Cup. During his opening match in the Pro Kabaddi League 2018, he scored a 20-point haul facing the Tamil Thalaivas. He continued with 16 points in the following game. He has achieved over 500 points by now. He accomplished 29 points in one game, making it the third-highest single score in the League’s records.
5. Maninder Singh
Maninder Singh is a proficient Kabaddi player born in Hoshiarpur, in the district of Punjab. He plays for the Indian Kabaddi Team. Maninder is the captain and also top raider of the Bengal Warriors in the Pro Kabaddi League. We know him to be one of the best and fastest raiders in the Pro Kabaddi League. He currently holds the title of achieving 500 points as the fastest raider in the league, only having played 56 matches. He is known for his capability of tricking defenders and his estimated actions that leaves defenders confused.
4. Ajay Thakur
Ajay Thakur is known to be one of India’s greatest raiders born in Dabhota village of Nalagarh, Himachal Pradesh. His Cousin, Rakesh was the reason for his enthusiasm as he had already exhibited India in Kabaddi in the International Level. Ajay Thakur is a past captain of the Indian National Kabaddi team. He had been part of the national team which had won the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup and a gold medal in the Asian Games of 2014. In the year 2019, He was rewarded the Padma Shri and Arjuna Award.
3. Deepak Niwas Hooda
Deepak Niwas Hooda is a well-known proficient Indian Kabaddi player born in Chamaria Village of the Rohtak district. He is the captain of the Indian national Kabaddi team. He even was a part of the team which won the gold medal in the South Asian Games in 2016. Deepak Niwas Hooda has displayed his Kabaddi skills in all the Pro Kabaddi seasons. Hooda is known to have achieved gold medals in the Asian Games of 2014, Asian Kabaddi Championship in 2017, and a bronze medal in the Asian Games of 2018.
2. Rahul Choudhary
Rahul Chaudhari, a well-known skilful Kabaddi player from the Jalalpur Choiya village in the Bijnor district of Uttar Pradesh, started playing kabaddi since the childhood age of 13 in the year 2006. He debuted his career as a defender but later became a raider. He had been a part of the Indian National Kabaddi team that achieved a gold medal in the South Asian Games in the year of 2016. Rahul played six seasons for the Telugu Titans, but now is a part of the Tamil Thalaivas. Rahul Chaudhari was the perfect raider in the season 4 of the Pro Kabaddi League by concluding the league with 146 raid points and 11 tackle points. He became the captain of the Telugu Titans in Season 5 and completed his crusade with 193 points-184 points and 9 tackle points.
1. Pardeep Narwal
Pardeep Narwal being born in the Rindhana village of Haryana’s Sonipat district. He presently plays for the Patna Pirates in the Pro Kabaddi League and the Indian National Kabaddi team. He is known to be an outstanding player in the league and for currently having the most raid point scorer in the league’s records. Pardeep Narwal is also known to be the first person in the league to score 900 points in its 7th season. Patna Pirates achieved the league’s title 3 times continuously amidst the years of 2016-17 and Pardeep holds the horde of the league’s raiding peak scores. He was also awarded with the Best Raider Award twice in the years of 2017 and 2018.