Vivo Pro Kabaddi Points Table
- 0.1 What is the SD point in kabaddi?
- 0.2 What is high 5 in kabaddi?
- 0.3 Which is right corner in kabaddi?
- 1 What is the meaning of Super 10 in kabaddi?
- 2 Who is the No 1 Raider?
- 3 Who is number one Raider?
How points are calculated in vivo Pro Kabaddi?
For a victory in Pro Kabaddi, each team receives five points. In the event of a draw, the teams split the three points. The losing team receives one point as long as the margin of defeat is seven points or less. The losing team receives no points if the margin of defeat exceeds seven.
What is the SD point in kabaddi?
What does SD mean in the Pro Kabaddi points table? SD means SCORE DIFFERENCE. It increases or decreases by how much points you win or lose, respectively. If you win with positive score difference it will increase.
What is high 5 in kabaddi?
Most high 5s in Pro Kabaddi: Know the top defenders in PKL Iranian Fazel Atrachali is the only overseas player to feature in the top 10 list for most high 5s in Pro Kabaddi. A high 5 is achieved when a defender scores five or more tackle points in a single match and Tamil Thalaivas’ Surjeet Singh holds the record for the most high 5s in Pro Kabaddi,
- The former Puneri Paltan captain has registered 29 high 5s in 114 Pro Kabaddi League matches.
- The 2014 Asian Games gold medal winner has been undoubtedly one of the standout defenders in PKL.
- Dabang Delhi K.C.
- All-rounder Manjeet Chhillar is second on the list for most high 5s in Pro Kabaddi.
- The former Bengaluru Bulls and Jaipur Pink Panthers all-rounder has managed 25 high 5s in 132 matches.
Ravinder Pahal, aptly nicknamed the Hawk for his sharp defensive exploits, features third in the list for most high 5s in Pro Kabaddi League history. Pahal has registered 23 high 5s in 120 PKL matches. Pahal is closely followed by U Mumba’s star defender Fazel Atrachali, who is the only overseas player to feature in the elite list for most high 5s in Pro Kabaddi.
Which is right corner in kabaddi?
How many players in kabaddi? Know participants in all formats Kabaddi may look like a purely physical sport but it’s extremely strategic and tactical as well. It requires the entire team to function as a unit to outwit the opposition and has a varying number of players participating in the action depending on the type of kabaddi in question.
One of India’s and most popular sports, these days is mostly played with seven players per side at a given time with a minimum of three and a maximum of five players as substitutes. Standard style kabaddi follows the seven players per side rule. Although kabaddi is played in different, Standard style kabaddi is the most common form these days and is the preferred format at the international level with leagues like following the same blueprint.
The Kabaddi World Cup and Asian Games follow Standard style kabaddi as well. The position of the seven players on the mat in Standard style kabaddi are categorised into right and left corners, right and left covers with right-in and left-in positions providing support to the cover defenders.
The central position which is usually not part of the defensive unit is occupied by raiders. However, there is no specific criteria on the number of raiders and defenders needed on the mat as teams can go with any combination based on their preference. Right-corner : The right-corner position is the furthest position on the right side of the playing area.
This position is occupied by one of the main defenders and the primary responsibility of the right-corner is to initiate tackles on the raider. Left-corner : Left-corner is the furthest position on the left side of the playing area. Just like the right corner, the left-corner too is a primary position occupied by one of the best defenders in the team who is entrusted with initiating and executing successful tackles.
- Right-cover : The right cover acts as the support to the defensive unit in carrying out a chain tackle.
- Besides, the right-cover defender also generally initiates the on the raider from the right side of the court.
- Left-cover : The left cover defender performs a similar role as the right cover defender and attempts a dash on the raider from the left side of the court besides providing support to his corner in the form of a chain.
Right-in : The right-in position is adjacent to the right corner defender. The role of the right-in player is to assist the right corner and covers in attempting a successful tackle. Left-in : The left-in position is adjacent to the left corner defender.
- This role is the same as that of the right-in position with the only difference being its position on the left.
- Center : The role of the center position is to provide support to the defensive unit.
- On most occasions, the player at the center position does not play an active part in initiating a tackle and this role is largely occupied by the lead raider of the team How many players play in Circle-style kabaddi? Circle-style kabaddi is another type of kabaddi format that is recognised by the Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India (AKIF).
Lambi kabaddi and Saunchi kabaddi are two variants of Circle-kabaddi and they have more than seven players in action at a time in the playing area. While in Lambi kabaddi there are 15 players within a circular area that measures 22 metres in diameter, Saunchi kabaddi has an unlimited number of players who can participate.
In Lambi kabaddi, the raider has to chant ‘kauddi’ throughout the attack while running as fast as he can within the playing field. Saunchi kabaddi, meanwhile, is somewhat similar to boxing. In this form of kabaddi, the raider has to hit the defender on his chest while the defender has to grab the raider by his wrist.
If the defender manages to hold the raider he is declared as the winner whereas the raider triumphs if they successfully manage to retreat after making contact with the defender’s chest. A foul is declared if any other body part but the wrist is grabbed.
In Saunchi kabaddi, a bamboo with red cloth is dug into the ground and it is paraded by the winner of the match. Author: Kaustubh Potdar Featured photo: PKL / Website
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What is the meaning of Super 10 in kabaddi?
Most Super 10s in Pro Kabaddi: Know the top raiders Naveen Kumar has 42 Super 10s in Pro Kabaddi with a record 28 coming in succession. Pardeep Narwal (79) holds the record for most Super 10s in Pro Kabaddi. The Dubki King who averages over 10 points per match has managed to score five or more Super 10s in each edition of the tournament since Season 3.
A Super 10 is achieved in when a raider manages to score 10 points or more. Since the inception of the league in 2014, only a select few raiders have consistently managed to breach the Super 10-mark and record their names in history books. Bengal Warriors’ Maninder Singh is second on the list with 63 Super 10s in 122 matches.
The Punjab-born raider has been an epitome of consistency and has scored more than five Super 10s in each edition since Season 5. Closely following Maninder is Bengaluru Bulls’ Pawan Sehrawat who has scored 49 Super 10s in 105 matches. Naveen Kumar with 58 Super 10s across 85 PKL matches is next on the list.
The Dabang Delhi K.C. raider has the best strike-rate amongst the lot with a Super 10 in every second match of Pro Kabaddi he plays. Naveen Kumar holds the record for record 28 successive Super 10s in Pro Kabaddi, the most by any player in the history of the league. Rahul Chaudhari is next on the list of most Super 10s in Pro Kabaddi.
‘The Showman’ as Rahul Chaudhari is popularly called has achieved the feat on 40 instances so far. One of the best exponents of running hand touch, Rahul led the charts for most Super 10s in Pro Kabaddi Season 2 and Season 4 with five and seven Super 10s respectively.
Who is the No 1 Raider?
Most raid points in Pro Kabaddi: Know the leaders Naveen Kumar has been fastest to 500 raid points (47 matches) in Pro Kabaddi history. Pardeep Narwal has been the top raider in Pro Kabaddi with 1568 raid points in 153 matches. The ‘Dubki King’ who became the first player in Pro Kabaddi to breach the 1000-point mark scores at an average of more than 10 raid points per match in the league.
With 1213 raid points in 121 matches, Bengal Warriors captain Maninder Singh is next on the list of most raid points in Pro Kabaddi. Rahul Chaudhari, who has accumulated 1039 raid points in 150 games is next on the list. Chaudhari also topped the raiding charts in Pro Kabaddi Season 4 with 146 raid points across 16 matches to help Telugu Titans reach the semi-final.
Deepak Niwas Hooda, the 2016 South Asian Games gold medalist, is next on the list with 1020 raid points in 157 matches in Pro Kabaddi Closely following Hooda is Pawan Sehrawat, who has 987 raid points across 105 games. Season 8 Most Valuable Player (MVP) Naveen Kumar with 934 raid points in 85 matches features in the top 10 list of top raiders in Pro Kabaddi.
Who is number one Raider?
Who is the top raider of 2022? Arjun Deshwal of Jaipur is the top raider of Kabaddi League 2022. In 24 matches played, he has 237 successful raids and 296 raid points. Arjun has a 66% raid strike rate this season.
Who has the fastest 100 raid points in PKL history?
Siddharth Sirish Desai (9) – Rahul Chaudhari created the record (fastest to 100 raid points) in the inaugural season. Siddharth Desai equalled the record in his debut season representing U Mumba in the sixth edition of the PKL. He enjoyed a highly successful debut season and became the fastest rookie to reach 200 raid points after finishing with 218 raid points from 21 appearances.
How scoring is done in kabaddi?
Standard style – A kabaddi court at the 2006 Asian Games In the international team version of kabaddi, two teams of seven members each occupy opposite halves of a court of 10 by 13 metres (33 ft × 43 ft) in case of men and 8 by 12 metres (26 ft × 39 ft) in case of women.
Each has five supplementary players held in reserve for substitution. The game is played with 20-minute halves with a 5-minute half time break in which the teams exchange sides. During each play, known as a “raid”, a player from the attacking side, known as the “raider”, runs into the opposing team’s side of the court and attempts to tag as many of the seven defending players as possible.
The raider must cross the baulk line into the defending team’s territory, and then return to their half of the field without being tackled. (If an attacker touches a defender and hasn’t yet reached the baulk line, they do not need to reach the baulk line to score points and may return to their half of the court.) While raiding, the raider must loudly chant kabaddi, confirming to referees that their raid is done on a single breath without inhaling.
Each raid has a 30-second time limit. A point is scored for each defender tagged; tags can be made with the raider’s hand or foot. If the raider steps beyond the bonus line marked in the defending team’s territory when there are five or more players, they earn an additional point known as a bonus point.
If the raider is successfully stopped (tackled), the opposite team earns a point instead. All players tagged are taken out of the game, but one is “revived” for each point a team scores from a subsequent tag or tackle. Bonus points do not revive players.
What is the highest point in one match vivo Pro Kabaddi?
Four matches have seen 100 or more points being scored between both teams in Pro Kabaddi history. Three-time champions Patna Pirates’ 69-41 win against Bengal Warriors in Pro Kabaddi Season 7 tops the list for the highest points scored in a single match. Of the 110 points scored, Pardeep Narwal alone had bagged 36 points in the contest. Another PKL Season 7 match saw Puneri Paltan beat Telugu Titans 53-50 in what is the second-highest points scored in a PKL match with a total of 103 points in the encounter.
The third match in this list again features Patna Pirates. Back in Pro Kabaddi Season 3, the three-time PKL champions beat Dabang Delhi K.C.67-34 as both teams collectively notched 101 points between them. This Season 3 clash between Patna Pirates and Dabang Delhi K.C. was the first in PKL history to cross the three-digit mark in terms of most points scored between the teams in the game.
The top three matches with the highest points scored in Pro Kabaddi in a single match are the only games with over 100 points. A Season 7 match between Puneri Paltan and Dabang Delhi K.C. saw exactly 100 points scored between the teams. Dabang Delhi K.C.
- Won the match 60-40 and this clash comes in fourth on the list for highest points scored in a PKL match.
- The Pirates’ 69-30 win against Haryana Steelers in Pro Kabaddi Season 5’s Eliminator features fifth on the list.
- Pardeep Narwal bagged 34 points in this contest.
- Amongst the top 10 contests in this list, Patna Pirates have been a part of five clashes and been on the winning side on four occasions with a 41-51 loss to U Mumba in Season 5 being the only exception.
Meanwhile, the most points scored in a Pro Kabaddi final also features Patna Pirates following a 55-38 win against Gujarat Giants in Season 5.
What is front kick in kabaddi?
(d) Front-kick: In this, the raider tries to kick from front, in a deceiving action. Care is taken that opponent. should not grab the leg.
How to get bonus in kabaddi?
Scoring – Scoring in Kabaddi is relatively simple. Teams score one point for each opponent that they put out of the game. Putting an opponent out (and thus scoring a point) is done in different ways. When attacking, this is done by the raider touching opposition members, putting them out.
What is the bonus point king in kabaddi?
One of the tricks that raiders have up their sleeves while attempting to complete a successful raid is the art of getting a swift bonus point. It is one of the most important weapons in a raider’s arsenal and can distinguish a good raider from a great one.
A raider earns a bonus point if he manages to successfully cross the bonus line with one foot in the air while the other foot touches the mat beyond the bonus line when six or more defenders are active, In a game of kabaddi, every point counts and these bonus points can prove to be crucial in deciding the outcome of a match.
Some of the quality raiders in Pro Kabaddi execute a bonus to perfection on a regular basis. There are also certain raiders that have left spectators in awe with their consistency in bagging bonus points. Here we have a look at some of the best bonus points extravaganzas over the course of a match in Pro Kabaddi. Puneri Paltan talisman Aslam Inamdar was on top of his bonus point game against Gujarat Giants in Match 18 of Season 9. Aslam bagged 19 raid points including 12 bonus points and 7 touch points. After a slow start to the match by both sides, the Giants managed to take the lead but Puneri Paltan managed to stay within touching distance courtesy of a flurry of bonus points from Aslam Inamdar.
- He cut down the deficit to just two points by the end of the first half.
- After the restart, he kept fighting a lone battle as he didn’t get enough support from his teammates.
- Even though the Giants secured their first win of the tournament by winning this clash, the game is mostly remembered by many for Aslam’s 12 bonus points – the most by any player in a PKL match.
Arjun Deshwal | 11 Bonus Points vs Puneri Paltan | Pro Kabaddi Season 9 Arjun Deshwal missed out becoming the joint highest bonus point scorer in a Pro Kabaddi game alongside Aslam Inamdar by a whisker. In Season 9, Arjun scored 11 bonus points in Match 96 against Puneri Paltan. The game saw a complete team effort by Puneri Paltan, whereas Arjun was the only bright spot for Jaipur Pink Panthers.
The Panthers were trailing by four points at the end of the halfway mark. Arjun continued to spearhead the scoring efforts for the Panthers but a lack of assistance from the other players on his team resulted in a loss for Jaipur Pink Panthers. He eventually scored a total of 19 raid points in the game, 11 of which were bonus points.
Naveen Kumar | 10 Bonus Points vs Telugu Titans | Pro Kabaddi Season 8 The Naveen Express went all guns blazing in Match 35 of the eighth PKL edition against Telugu Titans. Dabang Delhi K.C.’s star raider proved to be unstoppable on the night and scored a total of 25 raid points. Naveen Kumar, in fact, was the difference between the two sides in a thrilling encounter that saw the talismanic raider get his team over the finish line with a one-point win. After Naveen’s splendid show, it was time for Maninder to flourish in Season 8, Match 38 when Bengal Warriors went up against Haryana Steelers. The Warriors lost the game in a close finish, nevertheless, the game can be remembered because of the Bengal Warriors skipper’s top class effort. In Match 84 of Season 6, U.P. Yoddhas’ Shrikant Jadhav grabbed the limelight by scoring nine bonus points in a game against Bengaluru Bulls. The opposition had the likes of Pawan Sehrawat and Rohit Kumar in their ranks, but Shrikant Jadhav was the pick of the raiders on the night.