Pro Kabaddi 2018 will be the sixth edition of Pro Kabaddi League. Pro Kabaddi which is now famous as Vivo Pro Kabaddi is the most second watched sports in India after IPL. Pro Kabaddi Ajay Thakur. Today the man who will be discussed in Pro Kabaddi is Ajay Thakur. In Pro Kabaddi 2018 Ajay Thakur is leading team Tamil Thalaivas.
Pro Kabaddi Ajay Thakur
Who is Ajay Thakur (kabaddi player)?
Name: Ajay Thakur
Father’s Name: Chotu Ram
Mother’s Name: Rajinder Kaur
Date of birth: 1 may 1986
Birthplace: Dabhota, Nalagarh, Himachal Pradesh, India
School: Sant Isher Singh Public School, Mohali, Punjab
College/University: Government Post Graduate College, Nalagarh.
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Ajay Thakur is a professional Indian international Kabaddi player and current captain of the India national kabaddi team. He was the star player of the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup final. India won the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup due to his stunning performance combined with a great team effort. Pro Kabaddi Ajay Thakur.
Pro Kabaddi League:
He played for Bengaluru Bulls in the Pro Kabaddi League for the initial 2 seasons. In season 1 he scored a total of 122 raid points of 15 matches with an average of 8.13 raid points per match and with 5 Super 10’s, being placed in the 4th place trailing behind the power king Maninder Singh by 8 points.
In season 2 he became the 3rd placed raider with 79 raid points from 13 matches trailing behind raid machine Rahul Chaudhari and Kashling Adake.
Seasons 3 and 4:
However, he had signed with Puneri Paltan for the upcoming season starting 30 January 2016. In this season, he could not put up an impressive show with his raiding. But he still supported Deepak Nivas Hooda to reach the semifinals and play with Patna Pirates. But the Paltans went down fighting the Pirates which finally won the final. But the Paltans went past the Bengal Warriors to secure the 3rd Place in PKL season 3.
In season 4 he continued his bad form scoring a total of 63 points from 16 matches. This time the same story as PKL 3 repeated which included going down to Patna Pirates in the semis who won the finals again. But this time it was a different opponent of Telugu Titans whom the Paltans defeated to secure the third place again in PKL 4.
This time his was purchased by the franchise of Tamil Thalaivas. This time Thakur did not have a great start but come on with an impressive form in the home leg of Tamil Thalaivas. He scored a total of 213 raid points with 12 Super 10’s to his name. He became the best raider of the team and the 3rd best of PKL 5. He tried to uplift Tamil Thalaivas with the support of K Prapanjan but could not make the playoffs.