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PKL: Bengaluru outclass Titans 37-24

PKL: Bengaluru outclass Titans 37-24

Visakhapatnam, Dec 12: In the southern derby, Bengaluru Bulls defeated hosts Telugu Titans 37-24 in a Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) Clash here on Wednesday.

Pawan Sehrawat yet again delivered for the Bulls as he top-scored with 13 points. Mahender Singh put in a solid defensive performance and earned himself a high five.

Telugu Titans faded away after a bright start as their star raider Rahul Chaudhari could not get going and scored just 4 points. Nilesh Salunke top-scored for Titans with 6 points.

Telugu Titans remain in hunt for a place in the playoffs but their 3rd home defeat has made it an uphill task.

Telugu Titans made a strong start and led 5-1 after four minutes as their defence picked up three tackle points. It took a while for Bengaluru Bulls to get going as Pawan Sehrawat was tackled a couple of times.

After 10 minutes, Telugu Titans led 9-5 and were looking in control of the match.

But the Bengaluru Bulls fought back in the latter part of the first-half as Pawan Sehrawat picked up a few raid points. At the end of the first-half, Telugu Titans held a slender two-point lead with the score 12-10.

Bengaluru Bulls tied the match at 13-13 in the 22nd minute and then inflicted an all-out to take the lead for the first time in 23 minutes. Nilesh Salunke got a two-point raid in the 30th minute for the Telugu Titans as they trailed 18-12.

With less than five minutes to go, Telugu Titans trailed by just two points but Bengaluru Bulls thwarted all hopes of a comeback as they scored four points in two minutes to lead 28-22.

Pawan Sehrawat made a two-point raid in the 39th minute to ensure victory for Bengaluru Bulls as they led 30-22. Bulls inflicted an all-out in the second-last minute and ran out as comfortable winners in the end.

PKL: UP beat Titans 27-20 in zone B

Visakhapatnam, Dec 11: UP Yoddha defeated hosts Telugu Titans 27-20 in a Zone B contest of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) at the Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium here on Tuesday.

For UP, Prashanth Kumar Rai was the top scorer with eight raid points.

For the home side, Abozar Mighanis contributed with six tackle points but was let down by his raiders. Nilesh Salunke scored just one raid point, while ace raider Rahul Chaudhari got six points for the Titans.

Both teams still remain in contention for a place in the playoffs.

UP Yoddha made a strong start to lead 3-0 after three minutes as Prashanth Kumar Rai made a two-point raid. It was a close contest in the first five minutes as Telugu Titans trailed 2-3.

Telugu Titans led for the first time as they took 5-4 lead after eight minutes. Both teams traded raid and tackle points in the next few minutes with the score at 8-8 after 15 minutes.

Abozar and Nitesh marshaled their teams’ defence superbly in a low-scoring half. Rahul made a two-point raid in the 18th minute as Titans went into the break leading 11-10.

UP Yoddha were the better in the second-half as Nitesh Kumar kept Rahul quiet and got a high five himself. Titans forced a super tackle in the 28th minute to trail 15-16.

The next few minutes of the match saw UP Yoddha open a sizeable lead. An all-out was inflicted in the 31st minute to lead 21-16.

With less than five minutes to go, UP Yoddha held a six-point lead. The match looked like slipping from Titans’ grasp when Prashanth made a two-point raid in the 39th minute as UP Yoddha led 27-19 and finally clinched an easy 27-20 victory.

PKL: Titans clinch thriller vs Haryana

Visakhapatnam, Dec 9: In yet another nail-biting contest, Telugu Titans held their nerves to pip Haryana Steelers 35-31 at the jam-packed Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium here on Sunday night.

Nilesh Salunke’s last-minute super raid gave Titans a much-needed victory. Salunke ended up with 7 points but it was Rahul Chaudhari who top-scored for Titans with 12 points.

Titans’ defence laid the foundations for their win as they forced as many as six super tackles.

Monu Goyat rallied Haryana Steelers remarkably in the second-half and earned 12 points but they just fell short.

Nilesh and Rahul got a raid point each to give Telugu Titans 3-1 lead after two minutes.

Haryana Steelers scored three straight points to lead 4-3 after four minutes. Monu scored his second point of the match to give Haryana Steelers 7-5 lead in the sixth minute.

Telugu Titans forced two super tackles in two minutes to lead 11-8 after 10 minutes. The super tackles galvanised Haryana as they scored seven straight points to lead 14-8.

Things got better for Telugu Titans as they inflicted an all-out in the 15th minute to lead 18-9. At the end of the first-half, Telugu Titans led 20-13.

The second-half started brightly for Haryana Steelers as Monu scored three points in two minutes to reduce the deficit to 4 points. On two occasions, Haryana Steelers came close to inflicting an all-out but Telugu Titans’ resolute defence denied them.

Two more super tackles followed for the Titans as they led 29-21 after 25 minutes.

With less than five minutes to go Haryana, gave themselves a glimmer of hope as they inflicted an all-out to trail 25-29. Two more raid points for Monu Goyat meant that Steelers were trailing by just one point after 37 minutes.

Steelers sent Rahul back to the bench but he picked up a bonus as the scores were level at 30-30. Vishal forced a super tackle in the 40th minute to earn two more points for Titans.

Nilesh made a super raid in the dying seconds of the match to lead Titans to 35-31 win.

PKL: Titans beat Jaipur 36-26

Visakhapatnam, Dec 8: Telugu Titans registered their first win in their home turf as they defeated Jaipur Pink Panthers 36-26 in an inter-zonal challenge match of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) at the Rajiv Gandhi indoor stadium here on Saturday.

Titans witnessed an all-round performance as both their defenders and raider s contributed in the victory.

Nilesh Salunke (8 points), Rahul Chaudhari (8 points) were the leading raiders whereas Abozar Mighani and Anil Kumar led the defensive charge.

For Jaipur Pink Panthers, it was a disappointing night as their defence struggled to contain Titans’ raiders. Deepak Niwas Hooda was the lone ranger for Jaipur as he scored 10 points.

Nilesh made a brilliant super raid in the 4th minute to give Telugu Titans 5 -4 lead. Deepak responded with a two-point raid in the next minute to give Jaipur 6-5 lead.

The raiders from both teams picked up points in the next few minutes as it w as all square at 8-8 after 10 minutes.

Rahul got a two-point raid in the next minute to give Titans 10-8 lead. Jaipur forced a super tackle in the 12th minute to take back the lead. The match was swinging like a pendulum in both teams’ favour.

In the 17th minute, the first all out of the match was inflicted by Titans as they led 16-13. Titans went into the break leading 17-13.

Titans were in command of the match as after 25 minutes they enjoyed a seven-point lead. Ajinkya Pawar tried to revive the Pink Panthers’ hopes with a couple of quick raids but Titans were in no mood to relinquish their lead.

With less than five minutes to Titans inflicted an all out to lead 31-20 and were assured of the first win of their home leg.

It was a comfortable win in the end for Titans as they got the first home win.

PKL: Gujarat pip Titans 29-27 in thriller

Visakhapatnam, Dec 7: In an edge-of-the-seat match, Telugu Titans suffered a narrow 27-29 defeat against Gujarat Fortunegiants in an inter-zonal contest of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) season 6 at the jam-packed Rajiv Gandhi Indoor Stadium here on Friday.

This was the eighth defeat for the Titans from 14 games, while Gujarat registered their 13th win from 18 games.

Rahul Chaudhary collected eight points for Titans but it wasn’t enough to guide his team home on the opening day of their home leg.

Gujarat once again witnessed a fantastic show from K. Prapanjan and Sachin, who picked 10 and nine points respectively.

Sachin opened the scoring for the visitors with a successful raid before the home side tackled Gujarat’s Ajay Kumar to level the score 1-1. Nilesh Salunke and Sachin collected raid points in their respective attempts as the score read 3-2 in Gujarat’s favour by the third minute.

Both the sides traded raid and tackle points later as the score was once again levelled at 5-5. However, Rahul’s super raid handed the Titans a lead for the first time in the contest as the home side led 8-6 and Sachin’s failed attempt made the score read 9-6.

The pendulum swung the other way as Prapanjan made some fantastic raids to once again give Gujarat a slight 11-9 lead. In the final minutes of the first-half, Gujarat inflicted an all-out to take a five-point 17-12 lead by the break.

In the second half, Titans collected a couple of points to cut the deficit to 15-17 but some successful raids and tackles by Gujarat saw them stretching their lead to 20-25 by the 26th minute.

Rakshith’s super raid brought the Titans back in the contest with the score reading 20-21 in the 30th minute. Few minutes later, Titans inflicted an all-out to take a 24-23 lead and Rahul’s successful raid with a tackle point helped them extend it further to 26-23 in the 36th minute.

Prapanjan’s two-point raid made the contest exciting again as Gujarat headed to 25 points but Rakshith also responded for the home side with a stunning raid to collect a couple of points and the score read 27-26 with just two minutes to go.

Sachin’s successful raid once again saw the contest being levelled at 27-27 before Gujarat tackled Rakshith in the dying minutes to pip the home side 29-27.

PKL: Thalaivas beat Titans 31-35 in thrilling contest

Pune, Nov 26: Tamil Thalaivas returned to winning ways with a 31-25 victory over Telugu Titans in a high voltage Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) clash at the Shree Chhatrapati Shivaji Sports Complex here on Monday.

Despite the defeat, the Titans remain fourth in Zone B with 32 points from 11 matches while the Thalaivas are at the fifth spot with 30 from 15 games.

The Titans had the better start, building up an early lead. Their star raider Rahul Chaudhari, who has struggled this season, showed signs of getting back to form with a series of successful raids.

But he and the other Titans raiders struggled a bit later on.

The Thalaivas on the other hand, improved their performance in both attack and defence as they gradually closed down the lead. Sukesh Hedge pulled the Tamils at 8-8 with a three-point ‘super raid’.

That would prove to be a turning point as the Thalaivas staged a strong comeback to turn the game on its head. Rahul failed in a second consecutive raid as Thalaivas took the lead for the first time in the game.

They then inflicted an all out on their opponents to extend the advantage.

Another couple of super raids followed as the Thalaivas tightened their grip on the proceedings. Their captain Ajay Thakur played a starring role with several successful raids.

The veteran Manjit Chillar was a pillar of strength in defence as the Thalaivas pulled off a well deserved victory.

PKL 6: Telugu Titans pip Puneri Paltan in inter-zonal battle

PKL 6: Telugu Titans pip Puneri Paltan in inter-zonal battle

Mumbai, Nov 13: Telugu Titans defeated Puneri Paltans 28-25 in an inter-zonal clash of the ongoing sixth edition of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) at the NSCI stadium here on Tuesday.

Telugu Titans witnessed a collective effort from raiders Rahul Chaudhary (8 points), Nilesh Salunke (6 points) and Krushna Madane (4 points) to register their fifth win of the season, while it was the seventh loss for Puneri Paltans from 14 games.

Sandeep Narwal and Akshay Jadhav collected seven and five points, respectively for Pune.

Telugu Titans tackled Rajesh Mondal to open their account before their successful attempts saw them take a 5-1 lead in the first five minutes. Pune then changed gears, managing five points in quick succession to tie the issue at 6-6 in the eighth minute.

The next two minutes saw both teams failing in stretching their lead. Telugu Titans then tackled Akshay to take a one-point lead before extending it to 13 points while their opponents were reeling at just eight points by the 14th minute.

Both the sides then managed to pick three points each in the last six minutes even as Telugu Titans managed to lead 17-11 at half-time.

Rahul continued to break their opponent’s defence successfully, that took his side to 22 points by the 27th minute, while failed attempts by Pune left them at 13.

The next four minutes saw Pune failing to move ahead as they were still at 13 points while the Titans marched to 25 points. Monu’s successful two back to back raids gave some respite to Pune but their opponents were still 10 points ahead by the 35th minute.

Telugu Titans were leading 27-17 in the last four minutes but Pune somehow managed a comeback grabbing two points to move to 19 points which also saw their opponents with just three men on the mat.

Pune continued to show some fight in the final moments by inflicting an All Out as they moved to 24 points, cutting the deficit to just three points.

Mahendra Reddy’s successful one-point raid in the last few seconds was not enough to stop Telugu Titans as Rahul also raided successfully to help his side clinch the contest 28-25.

PKL 6: Bengal Warriors defeat Telugu Titans 30-25

PKL 6: Bengal Warriors defeat Telugu Titans 30-25

Mumbai, Nov 10: Bengal Warriors defeated Telugu Titans 30-25 in a zone B clash of the ongoing Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) here on Friday.

Rahul Chaudhary’s eight raid points were not enough to stop Bengal from clinching their fourth victory in this season’s league. Bengal rode on collective efforts by Maninder Singh, Baldev Singh and skipper Surjeet Singh, who collected six, five and four points respectively.

The game saw the Surjeet-led side improving their defence as Bengal collected more tackling points than raiding points.

Bengal started on a good note with a 2-0 lead in the initial few momets before Telugu Titans collected few raid points to make the issue 2-3.

Jang Kun Lee collected a bonus point in the third minute to make it 3-1 but a great pursuit raid by Krushna Madane saw him ushered to the bench with the score becoming 3-2.

Maninder got Rahul when he missed an ankle hold and Krushna Madane was ushered as well since he entered the lobby to make it 5-2 in the 4th minute.

Both teams moved forward with a defensive strategy, working on their strengths. Abozar Mighani got his first scalp in the form of Maninder Singh in his Do-Or-Die raid as he dashed him out of the mat in the seventh minute to make it 6-4.

A Super Tackle on Maninder by Farhad Milaghardhan dashing him out of the mat helped them make it 12-10 in the 19th minute. The half ended with Bengal leading by 13-10.

The second half saw Telugu Titans face the inevitable as they conceded the All Out when Farhad Milaghardhan stepped out of the mat without a touch being made and then Nilesh Salunke had to surrender to Ran Singh in the 22nd minute and make it 18-12.

Rahul Chaudhari finally looked like getting his rhythm back as he got 3 touch points in 3 raids. This saw him get Ziaur Rahman, Adarsh T and Surjeet Singh respectively to make it 20-15 in the 26th minute.

Baldev got a Super Tackle on Nilesh Salunke in the 28thminute to make it 22-16 and overturn the momentum in Bengal’s favour.

It looked like Telugu Titans would’ve conceded another All Out in the 32nd minute if Abozar Mighani had not played an important role in stopping Maninder Singh from crossing the midline because he had stepped off the mat.

This converted a five-point raid by Maninder with an All Out converted into a 1 point raid with only Abozar leaving the mat.

The 35th minute saw Mohsen Maghsoudlou make a Super Tackle on Maninder Singh to reduce the lead to seven points with the score reading 26-19.

Bengal Warriors then killed as much time as they could by crushing every single second from a raid. Bengal Warriors won the match against Telugu Titans by 30-25.

Pro Kabaddi: Telugu Titans hand Tamil Thalaivas second straight defeat

Pro Kabaddi: Telugu Titans hand Tamil Thalaivas second straight defeat

Chennai, Oct 9: Tamil Thalaivas succumbed to their second successive defeat in a row as they lost to Telugu Titans 28-33 on the third day of the Pro Kabaddi tournament at the packed Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium here on Tuesday.

Playing their first game of the sixth season, Telugu Titans rode on star raider Rahul Chaudhuri’s nine raid points and Iranian Mohsen Maghsoudlou’s all round effort (three raid points, four tackle points) to down Tamil Thalaivas.

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Chaudhari scored nine points and made crucial raids for the Titans. Ajay Thakur (9 raid points) and Amit Hooda (5 tackle points) were the top players for TamilThalaivas but their effort wasn’t enough.

The home team, looking to take inspiration from their remarkable back against U.P.Yoddha last night where they fought back from 7-27 to lose 32-37, raced to a two-point lead riding Athul MS’s successful raid and Titans’ star raider Chaudhari being sent out of the mat in his first attempt.

Tamil Thalaivas led till 8-7 in front of a vociferous home crowd who were lapping up the south Indian derby.

But from there on, they lost ground as the Titans fashioned a late all out to take a healthy 16-9 lead and go into the break 17-11.

Chaudhuri, who stepped down from his captaincy ahead of this season to hand over the reins to young all-rounder Vishal Bharadwaj, started the second half by getting the back of Manjeet Chhillar in the first raid to further extend Titans’ lead.

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Manjeet Chhillar was a rock at the back for Tamil Thalaivas as they mounted a comeback in the second half.

After 25 minutes, Telugu Titans led 21-16 and the match hung in balance.

The fatigue was showing on Tamil Thalaivas as they played their third match in three days.
Telugu Titans were the fitter team with their defence and raiders looking sharper.

It was a Titans Tuesday Tho for Chaudhari’s team as they maintained their composure in the last few minutes of the match and didn’t give Thalaivas a chance to make a comeback.

Amit Hooda attained a high five in the last minute of the match but it wasna¿t enough. Tamil Thalaivas made critical errors throughout the match and crashed to 28-33 defeat.

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Puneri Paltan dynamic leader Deepak Hooda has become a household name. Photo Credit: Web/Supplied.

Pro Kabbadi League: Interview with Puneri Paltan Skipper and All-rounder Deepak Hooda

From the hard-working part-time teacher to the Kabbadi professional – the sensational athlete in the form of Deepak Hooda has shown a remarkable improvement – to write the script in his way- in the energy-sapping game after failing to complete his education due to early loss of his parents back home.

Following the fame, the promising raider Hooda further sheds light on his hard-fought career while revealing his secret to success has been thorough professionalism and discipline after being introduced to the Pro Kabbadi League some four years back (2014), as he eventually believes his PKL outfit Puneri Paltan has done well in the past couple of seasons.

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Deepak Hooda knows what it takes to courage and commitment. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

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Prolific at the raiding skills, the 23-year-old Hooda hails from the Rohtak district of Haryana state which further saw him facing the ordeals in life, as the initial struggle made him dedicated towards such sport which taught him a lot through and through.

While defying all the odds to eye glory, Hooda has the longstanding aim to represent India in the Olympics and set the horizon on to win the gold for the national side.

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Deepak Hooda is the example of burgeoning success. Photo Credit: Web/Supplied.

Following the mixed emotions, Hooda — the brother of two sisters worked hard to stay fit which further saw him taking the Kabbadi seriously way back in 2009, as he believes the captaincy has shaped him well and he is cherishing the responsibility after coming into the limelight.

Swift in action, Hooda, who’s the hot property of the Pro Kabbadi League which subsequently saw him making the dream debut for Telugu Titans during the first edition of the competition in 2014.

Banking on his strength, Hooda has recently been the part of 2017 Asian Kabaddi Championship where India thumps Pakistan by 36-22 in Iran and he has set his complete focus on the Asian Games slated for 2018.

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Deepak Hooda has been deceptive with his set of skills when it comes to challenging the opposition. Photo Credit: Web/Supplied.

Interestingly, Hooda fetched the second highest bidding in 2014 during the Pro Kabaddi League when Telugu Titans availed his services in INR 12.6 lakh.

Hooda made his national debut in the South Asian Games for 2016 held in Guwahati.

Knitting the dream of featuring in the Kabaddi world, Hooda served as a teacher to earn the livelihood for his family after his father Ram Nivas passed away.

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Deepak Hooda set his aim to bring glory to home. Photo Credit: Web/Supplied.

At the tender age of four, now, the household name Hooda witnessed his mother passed away, but that did not stop him from the dream of carving a niche out of Kabaddi career.

In 2016, Hooda joined Puneri Paltan which saw his all-round performances strengthen one of the top franchises.

The Puneri Paltan captain and star all-rounder Hooda spoke to Sportzwiki, in a freewheeling chat about his career while giving his insights about the rigorous preparations and the impact of the Kabaddi as a sport in his personal and professional life.

Here are the excerpts from an interview with Deepak Hooda:

SW: First of all congratulations Deepak on winning Asian Kabaddi Championship. Now to begin; has the feeling sunk in yet?

DH: Our joy knew no bounds when we won the finale against Pakistan. It is the dream of every Indian player to represent the country on an international platform and win gold. I am pleased to have made India proud and hope to do so again in the 2018 Asian Games.

SW: India made light-work of her opponents in the semi-final and final beating South Korea and Pakistan respectively. Did you think it would be that easy? Describe in your words how the knock-out games played out for you?

DH: One should never underestimate their opponents, especially in a game like Kabaddi where one moment can change the entire match. We worked hard and trained hard equally before all our matches. We carefully studied our opponents and devised our strategy accordingly.

India was always a strong contender for the trophy. We defeated every team in our group by a huge margin and reached the finals effortlessly.

It was a smooth journey through the knock-outs, and personally, I got to know how the players from other countries play and understood their strengths and weaknesses which will help me and the Indian squad in 2018 Asian Games.

SW: Were you disappointed that after a grand success of PKL 2017, an international tournament of a stature like Asian Championship received relatively less coverage? If yes, what it is down to?

DH: Pro Kabaddi League has popularized Kabaddi in India so much that PKL season 5 finale was the most watched non-cricketing event by Indians.

This shows that Indians love Kabaddi and want to watch it. It would have promoted the game more if it would have been broadcasted on TV.

It means a lot to us if we know people back home are seeing us play on an international level and it gives us that extra confidence.

We hope that in future the authorities understand our emotions and help take Kabaddi forward in India.

SW: Now on to your Puneri Paltan days, how you rate this season with Paltan? Also, how was your experience of captaining them for the first time?

DH: Puneri Paltan as a team performed very well in season 5. Third time in a row our team qualified for the playoffs. Till last season we had never won a match against U Mumba, and this year we managed to defeat them in all three Maharashtra Derby matches.

It was challenging to lead a team and also to have you’re ’A’ game on the mat. I understood that captainship was not just a post but an important responsibility.

My game has evolved and the practice and coaching has helped me focus and play the game with a calm mind. Captainship has helped me to make the right choices at the right time in crux situations.

SW: You crossed 400-points mark in season 5 and you are the only player from the Paltan to do so. Is your team heavily reliant on you offensively or this was a team strategy? Do you enjoy shouldering this responsibility?

DH: The team was not heavily reliant on me for offence. We had really good raiders like Rajesh Mondal, Sandeep Narwal, Akshay Jadhav, Monu, and Suresh, who scored points for us during critical moments and helped us win a lot of matches. It was our strategy to rotate/substitute raiders, who would score raid points whilst maintaining a strong defense which would stop the opponents from scoring.

Yes, I enjoy shouldering the responsibility of the captain and ensure that the team sticks together even off the mat and I always have the guidance of senior players in our team like Dharmaraj Cheralathan.

SW: I have a stat for you – Deepak had the maximum do or die raid points in season 5. So can you tell me how it is different than a normal raid? Also, you seem to perform well under do or die situations. How has this come about?

DH: Do-or-die raid is the raid after two consecutive empty raids. In a do-or-die raid, the raider has to score at least one point else he/she would be declared out.

As far as performance under pressure is concerned, Kabaddi is a fast-paced game, wherein a fraction of a second the momentum can completely shift either in your favor or in your opponent’s favour.

Therefore, it is important for all Kabaddi players to be alert at all times and play calmly. I used to do Yoga before matches, which helped me a lot to play with composure during do-or-die situations.

SW: You are one of the fittest players going around in Pro-Kabaddi. What’s the secret of your fitness? Can you share your diet plan?

DH: The secret to my fitness is discipline. I strongly believe that without a set routine one cannot stay fit. I religiously follow my fitness routine and diet plan even during offseason.

Fitness has become an integral part of my life, if I don’t work out even for a day I feel I have missed something huge. One other important factor is self-control.  There will be times when you would want to give in to the temptations and cheat, but not doing so will take you a long way.

My diet plan is well balanced with proteins, carbs, minerals, and vitamins. My favorite is milk with almonds. I also have sugar free orange and pineapple juice for the vitamins.

SW: Pune has managed to reach playoffs for three consecutive seasons now.  Can it go a step further and win the sixth season? Also, the reason why you think it should win?

DH: The team has a lot of a potential and the management is also very supportive. Puneri Paltan was one of the most well-balanced teams in season 5. We had the perfect mix of experienced players and young talent. Due to a few miscalculations and last minute errors, we lost to Patna Pirates in the playoffs, but next season we will be back with a bang.

SW: To sum-up: What’s your aim for Pune and India?

DH: I want Kabaddi to be included in Olympics, be a part of the Olympics Indian Kabaddi squad and win gold.

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