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Thursday, November 22, 2018

Sandeep Narwal on Pro Kabaddi League: Never figured our lives would change so quick



In an elite discussion with Financial Express Online, Sandeep, outstanding amongst other right corners on the planet presently, reviews his initial days, uncovers the tip he got from his guide and opens up about his adoration for volleyball.

At the point when Sandeep Narwal gone separate ways with his family in 2009 and moved to Gandhinagar in Gujarat for Kabaddi, the all-rounder had no clue that his life was going to change. After five years, he turned into the then second-most costly player in Pro Kabaddi League when Telugu Titans spent Rs 45.5 lakhs for the monster and in 2016, won the Kabaddi World Cup with India. In a selective discussion with Financial Express Online, Sandeep, outstanding amongst other right corners on the planet currently, reviews his initial days, uncovers the tip he got from his guide and opens up about his affection for volleyball.

The 25-year-old Puneri Paltan star said that there was very little fever for the game when he was youthful and that made things intense for the players. Like the majority of the other Kabaddi stars, Sandeep begun playing Kabaddi in light of the fact that he cherished the game and speaking to the country was his solitary objective.
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"The vast majority of the Kabaddi players originate from exceptionally humble foundations. When we were youthful, there was very little rage for the game. We never suspected that our lives would change so quick and an opposition like Pro Kabaddi League would come up. The main thing we had as a top priority was to buckle down and speak to the country in Asian Games," he said.

"Additionally, individuals trusted that in the event that they would play well, they will wind up landing an administration position in Railways, ONGC or perhaps, in Air Force. The reasoning was that it would enable us to help our families," Sandeep included.

The Roots

Sandeep Narwal was conceived on April 5, 1993 in Kathura town of Sonepat – the town which is acclaimed for its 'Narwals'. He begun playing Kabaddi at an extremely youthful age. Be that as it may, things changed after previous India player Jagdish Narwal recognized the potential in Sandeep.

"Jagdish Narwal was a major player. He had spoken to India in the Asian Games and as children, we used to admire him. In our town, the majority of the children begun playing Kabaddi in the wake of watching him. He felt that I have potential and begun focusing towards me," Sandeep said. In n 2014, Sandeep Narwal was picked by the Patna Pirates for the debut period of the competition – a group he remained with for a long time, captained for some time and won the title with before moving to Telugu Titans for the fourth season.

A year ago, he was obtained by the Puneri Paltan and framed an impressive safeguard with the veteran Dharmaraj Cheralathan. This year, the establishment chose to hold Sandeep alongside captain Girish Ernak, experienced Rajesh Mondal and Gurunath More.



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