One of the team’s bright prospects, raider Sachin Tanwar, represents India in kabaddi. Even though he is only 24 years old, Sachin Tanwar is already among the finest players in the nation. The next year, he represented India at the Asian Kabaddi Championship, where India won the title.
Since then, Sachin Tanwar has been a part of the squad for the next Championships, which will take place in South Korea from June 27 to 30. The India team is better off with Sachin’s participation. After a great show in PKL 9, Sachin is back with Patna Pirates for Pro Kabaddi League Season 10.
Age and Background
Sachin was born on July 19, 1999, in Badhbar village, Jhunjhunu district, Rajasthan. He comes from a Kabaddi-playing family. While growing up, his uncle Rakesh and older brother Deepak also played Kabaddi. He initially learned his raiding skills from his sibling.
Sachin made his name himself in U14 and U16 kabaddi competitions, which enabled Haryana to choose him for the Junior Nationals. He qualified for the senior national trials thanks to his great work in the junior nationals. Sachin was chosen to play for India at the 2017 Asia Kabaddi Championships.
Role and playing style
For his team, Sachin Tanwar mostly serves as the Right Raider. He is famous for fusing maturity and violence. In addition to having more steady gains than point explosions, he is renowned for his life-or-death raids. He is also famous for playing situations well and reading the game, and he can perform big or empty raids as needed.
Sachin Tanwar recently competed for Rajasthan at the Nationals in domestic leagues. Tanwar was formally introduced as the team’s captain. Rajasthan Police and Income Tax are among his other domestic teams.
Price in PKL
For INR 36 Lakhs, Gujarat Fortunegiants bought Sachin Tanwar in the PKL 5. The following season, his cost rose to INR 56.87 Lakhs. For INR 78 Lakhs in PKL 7, Gujarat Fortunegiants kept him. He re-entered the PKL 8 auction, where Patna Pirates bought him for INR 84 Lakhs.
FBM was used by Patna Pirates in PKL 9 and was purchased for INR 81 lakhs. Sachin Tanwar, a youthful 19-year-old raider for the Gujrat Fortunegiants in the Pro Kabaddi League, is from Kurukshetra, Haryana. He was famous in his first season as the Fortunegiants chose him to be the raiding leader.
He is one of the league’s top rookies. Additionally, he competed for India in the 2017 Asian Kabaddi Championship. He is capable of a vicious running hand touch. He leads the team’s raiding division in Season 6 alongside Ajay Kumar, Prapanjan, and Mahendra Rajput.
Sachin’s PKL Career
For PKL 5, Gujarat Fortunegiants selected Sachin Tanwar. In the following two seasons, the team decided to keep him. Patna Pirates bought him in the PKL 8 and he stayed with them in the PKL 9.
With four losses in their first five games, the Pirates had a rough start to the competition. However, with their win over Dabang Delhi K.C. on October 21, the Pirates have gone seven games without a loss.
The main raider for Patna Pirates, Sachin, has been in great form in Season 9 of the Pro Kabaddi League, scoring 114 points in 12 games and helping his team move up to fifth place in the standings.
The raider replied, “I come from a kabaddi family,” when asked how he first became interested in the game. My uncle and older brother used to play kabaddi. I was taught how to play the game by my brother Deepak Kumar, who played for the Season 2 Bengal Warriors team. Sadly, due to an injury, my brother was unable to take part in the PKL.
Thus, by participating in the Pro Kabaddi League, I have kept his dream alive. The main raider for Patna Pirates, Sachin, has been in excellent form throughout Season 9 of the Pro Kabaddi League, scoring 114 points in 12 games and helping his team move up to fifth place in the standings.
When he’s not on the mat, Sachin, who comes from a farming family in Rajasthan, says he works as a Sub Inspector. “I work as a Sub Inspector for the Rajasthan Police Force in Jaipur when I’m not playing kabaddi. There, I have been serving well since 2018.