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Maninder Singh Personal Information
|Date of Birth
|31st January 1990
|Place of Birth
|Jalandhar, Punjab India
|Graduate of Khalsa college
|Police officer, Kabaddi player
Teams He Played For
|PB Jaipur Pink Panthers
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Maninder Singh is a bright star of pro Kabaddi who plays for the India national Kabaddi Team. He is currently the captain and raider of the Bengal Warriors. He is the bright star of pro Kabaddi and has many successes to his name. He is known for his strength and strong body. He led his team towards winning the season in 2019. He had won gold for his country at the international level.
Maninder Singh, Early Life
Maninder Singh was born into a wealthy Zamindar family in Hoshiarpur, a district of Punjab. From his childhood, he was a Kabaddi enthusiast. Soon he started representing his state and district in the Kabaddi Matches. In university, he was selected for the U-19 Squad. In which he won various tournaments.
Maninder Singh, Pro Kabaddi League Career
He is known for his strength and strong body in Kabaddi. He impressed the future coach of the Jaipur Pink Panthers. Hanumat Singh recommended him, and he signed with the Jaipur Pink Panthers. Playing for the Pink Panthers, the team won the inaugural season of the Pro Kabaddi League. He was Badly injured in 2015 and took a three-year break, which prevented him from playing for three years. He came back into the game and led the Bengal Warriors towards victory in season 7 of the PKL by defeating Dabang Delhi.
Maninder Singh, PKL 7
Maninder Singh led his team towards winning the PKL 7 season. It was the team’s maiden title in the tournament. With the efforts and hard work of BC Ramesh, the team was able to win the trophy.
Awards and Achievement
- Led Bengal warriors to win in PLK 7.
- won a gold medal in the 2017 Asian Kabaddi Championship.
- Winner of the 2017 Kabaddi Asia Cup
- 2018 Asian Games: Bronze
- 130 raid points in 16 appearances were the highest achieved by the Pink Panthers.
- scored the fastest 500 in PKL history, appearing in only 56 matches.
- In the 2018 season, he emerged as the fastest raider to score 500 points.
- won the inaugural season of the Pro Kabaddi League.
- He is second after Pardeep Narwal to reach 1000 raid points in Pro Kabaddi’s history.