Pro Kabaddi league
Jaipur Pink Panthers
Rahul Chaudhari Personal Information
|Date of Birth
|16 June 1992
|Place of Birth
|Choiya , Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh
Teams He Played For
|Jaipur Pink Panthers
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Jaipur Pink Panthers
Rahul Chaudhari A Kabaddi Enthusiast from the Start
Rahul Chaudhari, born on 16th June 1992 in Choiya, Bajnor, Uttar Pradesh, comes from a family of kabaddi enthusiasts. His elder brother served as a great inspiration for Rahul to take up Kabaddi. Since childhood, he played the sport alongside his brother Rohit, and despite his parents’ emphasis on studies, Rahul’s passion for Kabaddi remained unwavering.
Emerging as a Defender in Kabaddi Circles
Rahul’s journey in Kabaddi started at various levels, where he quickly made a name for himself as a talented defender. Recognizing his potential, Rahul was selected by the Sport Authority of India for training, providing him with the opportunity to further develop his skills.
Transforming into a Seasoned Raider
Through dedicated training and practice, Rahul Chaudhari transformed into a seasoned raider. His raids became more strategic and skillful, making him a formidable player on the Kabaddi mat. With each match, Rahul’s talent and presence on the field caught the attention of many.
Leading his Team to Victory
In the Senior National Championship 2015, Rahul showcased his leadership abilities as he led his team from Uttar Pradesh. With his guidance and skillful play, the team emerged victorious, proving Rahul’s prowess as both a player and a leader.
Throughout his Kabaddi journey, Rahul Chaudhari’s passion, dedication, and talent have earned him a prominent place in the Kabaddi community. As he continues to excel and contribute to the sport, fans eagerly await his future performances and the impact he will make on the Kabaddi world.
Rahul Chaudhari in Pro Kabaddi League
In his debut season in the Pro Kabaddi League, Rahul Chaudhari was bought by the Telugu Titans in the auction for season 1. He had an exceptional performance, earning a whopping 161 points in just 14 matches, with a remarkable raid strike rate of 63%. His incredible raids made him one of the best raiders of the season, securing seven super 10s during that time.
Moving on to season 2, Rahul continued to play for the Telugu Titans. He participated in 14 matches, earning a total of 107 points with a raid strike rate of 54%. Despite facing some challenges, Rahul’s raids remained impactful, and he continued to contribute to the team’s success. In season 3, the Telugu Titans decided to retain Rahul Chaudhari, recognizing his value to the team. He played 13 matches in this season and earned 99 points, showcasing his consistency as a skilled raider.
Season 4 was undoubtedly one of the most remarkable seasons for Rahul Chaudhari. He not only became the top scorer of the season but also earned the prestigious title of the best raider of the season. Rahul’s raids were on fire, as he scored an impressive 150 points in just 17 matches, making him the first player to reach 400 raid points in the league’s history.
Rahul Chaudhari’s journey in the Pro Kabaddi League has been filled with outstanding performances and record-breaking achievements. As a seasoned raider, he has left an indelible mark on the league and continues to be a force to be reckoned with on the Kabaddi mat.
Awards and Achievement
- Second player to score 1000 points in PKL after Pardeep Narwal.
- Second position in the list of most super 10s.
- Led the Indian Kabaddi team to a gold medal in the Asian Beach Games in 2015.
- Won gold at the 2016 South Asian Games.
- Part of the Indian team that won the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup.
- Part of the team that secured a bronze medal in the 2018 Asian Games.