Top 10 Kabaddi Players in the world | Best Kabaddi Players

Kabaddi is a game of strength and power and Kabaddi totally relates to this. From the last 4-5 years, kabaddi is doing well internationally and especially in India. Pro Kabaddi League is the main reason behind this change and this league changed the outlook about this game in public. This game is moving up after every season of the pro-kabaddi league.

1. Pradeep Narwal

pradeep narwal
Pradeep Narwal
Pardeep Narwal was conceived on Feb 16, 1997. In a small age, he becomes the biggest name in Kabaddi world. Pradeep becomes the first player to touch 1000 raid points in pro-kabaddi. pradeep Narwal hails from Haryana and presently plays for the Indian national kabaddi crew. Pardeep likewise plays for Patna Pirates in the Pro Kabaddi League(PKL). He is as of now perhaps the greatest sensation among the Kabaddi players in India. This 22-year-old aided Patna Pirates and win the title (three times) in Pro Kabaddi League. He even turned into the best pillager of that season.

Pardeep is additionally titled "Dubki King", a move where the thief ducks low off the ground and after that dispatch himself up to escape from the hold of the rival and acquire a few. His 8 point assault against Haryana steelers in season 5 of ace kabaddi alliance is one major brilliant snapshot of his vocation. He is doing well in all seasons of pro-kabaddi and every time he gave the best for his team. Pradeep becomes the first player to touch 1000 raid points in pro-kabaddi.

2. Anup Kumar 

Anup Kumar
Anup Kumar
Anup Kumar the most claver player in the kabaddi world and known as "Bonus King". Anup was also the part of Asian games gold medalist team (2010, 2014). Anup Kumar was the captain of the U-Mumba team and was the highest point scorer in pro-kabaddi season-1. He was also the captain of the winning team in pro-kabaddi season -2. Anup Kumar was also famous for his move "toe touch". In 2018, Anup was retired from Kabaddi's world and still doing coaching in the pro-kabaddi league.

3. Manjeet Chillar

Manjeet Chillar
Manjeet Chillar
Manjeet Chillar was born on 18th August 1986. He is 33 years old and still playing in pro-kabaddi season 7. Manjeet Chillar is an all-rounder and consequently named as "One man Army" because of his stunning all-around abilities. He was additionally a piece of the Indian Kabaddi crew where they won gold at the Asian Games 2014. His mark move is Block where the protector places himself in the pillager's way and obstructs his way among him and the half-line.

4. Rahul Chaudhry

Rahul Chaudhry
Rahul Chaudhry
Why Rahul Chaudhry in this list? because Rahul is the second-best raider after Pradeep Narwal and At one time he was leading the chart as best raider. In his first 4 seasons of pro kabaddi league, Rahul Chaudhary was the best raider of pro-kabaddi but in the last 3 seasons Pradeep narwal takes over Rahul. Rahul was known as "Showman".
Rahul Chaudhari is an Indian expert Kabaddi player. He began playing Kabaddi as a Defender however later on turned into a Raider. He was an individual from the Indian National Kabaddi crew that won gold decorations in the 2016 South Asian Games. In the wake of going through six seasons with Telugu Titans, Rahul now plays for Tamil Thalaivas.

5. Fazel Atrachali 

Fazel Atrachali
Fazel Atrachali
Fazal Atrachali is an Iranian Kabaddi player and the top defender of this game. He is one of the best defenders in Kabaddi. This Iranian defender is one destructive player to pay special mind to. He has the expertise to hold down any marauder inside no time. He got well known in the wake of being a piece of U Mumba who won the PKL title in season 2. His mark move is Dash which is a forceful move in which a protector runs over the tangle and utilizing his power the looter out of the limit.

6. Ajay Thakur

Ajay Thakur
Ajay Thakur
Ajay Thakur was born on 1 May 1986 in Nalagarh, India. The present skipper of the Indian Kabaddi Team needs no presentation. His dazzling exhibition is one of the fundamental explanations for the triumph of India at the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup. He was the top bandit of that competition. His experience additionally helped India win gold at the Incheon Asian Games 2014. With more than 14 years of experience, he has consistently been a treat to look for Kabaddi fans. He is right now driving Tamil Thalaivas in season 6 of PKL. His mark move: Frog bounce.

7. Meraj Sheykh

Meraj Sheykh
Meraj Sheykh
Meraj Seykh is an Iranian All-Rounder who has very good tackling and raiding skills. Meraj Seykh is the only best All-Rounder playing in the Pro-Kabaddi League. He is an Iranian all-rounder who has lead the Iranian kabaddi crew in different competitions. His mark move is scorpion kick in which the looter turns towards the midline and after that makes an unexpected movement of advantage to contact the protector simply like a scorpion would assault to sting.

8. Jang Kun Lee

Lee Jang-Kun
Jang Kun Lee
Jang Kun Lee is a South Korean expert Kabaddi player at present playing for Patna Pirates in Vivo Pro Kabaddi League. He is the first abroad player in Pro Kabaddi League to score 400 strike focuses.
He has captained the Republic of Korea's Kabaddi crew for different universal competitions. His mark move is "Kick" which includes expanding the leg rather than your hand to contact the safeguard as fast as would be prudent.

9. Rohit Kumar

Rohit Kumar
Rohit Kumar
Rohit Kumar is an Indian expert Kabaddi player who plays in the Pro Kabaddi League. He is the chief of the Bengaluru Bulls kabaddi Team in Season 6 of PKL. He was a piece of the Indian unexpected in the Asian Kabaddi Championship 2016 and 2018 squad for Kabaddi Masters Dubai. He is the biggest fan of Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar and he has a tattoo of Akshay Kumar on his left shoulder.

10. Deepak Niwas Hooda

Deepak Niwas Hooda
Deepak Niwas Hooda
Deepak Ram Niwas Hooda (brought into the world 10 June 1994) is an Indian Kabaddi player. He was a piece of the Indian group which won a gold award at the 2016 South Asian Games. He has additionally highlighted in every one of the periods of the Pro Kabaddi League.

Hooda was conceived in a cultivating family in the Chamaria Village of the Haryana's Rohtak area. He lost his mom when he was a multi-year old. He began playing kabaddi in his town in 2009. He was concentrating in the twelfth grade when his dad, Ram Nivas, demised in 2013, which made him the sole provider. Because of that, he needed to leave his investigations and become a low maintenance educator. For the following two years, in the wake of finishing his position at the school, he would go to different towns to rehearse kabaddi, which helped him improve his game gigantically. He at that point sought after his graduation. There, he played at the All-India University competition and won a gold medal. After that, he left his examinations by and by to seek after a profession in kabaddi.

Here is the list of Top 20 Players in the world.
S. No. Players
1. Pradeep Narwal
2. Anup Kumar 
3. Manjeet Chillar
4. Rahul Chaudhry
5. Fazel Atrachali
6.Ajay Thakur
7. Meraj Sheykh
8. Jang Kun Lee
9. Rohit Kumar
10. Deepak Niwas Hooda
11. Maninder Singh
12. Pawan Kumar Sehrawat
13. Ravinder Pahal
14. Sandeep Narwal
15. Surjeet Singh
16.  Surender Nada
17.  Rishank Devadiga
18.  Nitin Tomar
19.  Siddharth Desai
20. Vikash Kandola
So, Here is the list of the best kabaddi player in the world. Please comment below for your Favorite Player and we will give you a complete brief about that player. 

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