|Full Name||Pardeep Narwal|
|Discipline||Kabaddi (Men's Division)|
|Known For||"Only player to score 350 raid points in a single Pro Kabaddi League Season 2017"|
|Born||16 February 1990||Age||27|
|Nickname||Dubki King||Hometown||Rindhana, Sonipat, Haryana|
|Height||178 cm / 5' 10"||Weight||80 kg / 176 lb|
|Jersey No.||09||Hobbies||Watching Movies|
Education and Family
|Sister||-||Coach||Naresh Kumar, Ram Mehar Singh|
Pardeep Narwal's Career
Pardeep Narwal came into the action in the second season of pro kabaddi, 2015 from Bengaluru Bulls, where he didn't get place in the starting seven, he was only getting last 4-5 minutes in the court through substitution, so he managed to score only 9 points in season 2.
In the 3rd season, he came to Patna Pirates and got placed in the starting seven. There he showed the real skills he got, especially his Dubki, and scored 121 points to become the highest scorer of season 3.
While in season 4, he was the second highest scorer with 137 points, with Patna Pirates. He became the second player to get a century of points in two consecutive seasons.
Two-time defending champions Patna Pirates named Pardeep Narwal their captain for the fifth edition of Vivo Pro Kabaddi League. and he didn't upset the selectors at all. by making and breaking many records in the Pro Kabaddi League. Narwal broke the record of Anup Kumar(155 raid points) in having most raid points in a season in just 12 matches, with another record of Anup Kumar(169 total points) in having most total points in a season in just 13 matches. He also made the record in having most consecutive super 10s in a season, and most average raid points in PKL history. He is the only player to score 350 raid points in a single Pro Kabaddi League Season.
Not only the records, it was the Dubki king who helped Patna Pirates to win their third consecutive season of PKL in 2017 with 369 Raid points, and 19 alone in the final against Gujarat Supergiants.
Achievements and Awards
- Pardeep Narwal was the part of winning team Patna Pirates, in Pro Kabaddi League in season 3, 4 and 5 consecutively
- He was also the part of India champion squad in Men's Kabaddi World Cup 2016, he won the Gold.
- He has earned 625 Raid points, and 07 Tackle points in just 64 matches.
- He was the most valuable player of season 4 and 5.