|Full Name||Maninder Singh|
|Known For||"Main Raider Of Bengal Warriors, fastest raider in the history of Pro Kabaddi League to score 400 and 500 raid points. Scroll down for his personal info, career stats and more."|
Maninder Singh Bio Data
|Born||1 January 1990||Age||29|
|Height||5'8" Feet||Weight||72 kg|
|Religion||Sikh||Hobbies||Sing, Dance, Gym|
|Current Team||Bengal warriors||Signature Move||Running Hand Touch|
|Jersey Number||9||Relationship Status||Married (Scroll down for Wife Name)|
Maninder Singh Family and Education
|Parents||Maninder Singh Father & Mother|
|Wife||Maninder Singh Wife - Simran Kaur|
|Brother||Maninder Singh Brother - Ran Singh (Professional Kabaddi Player)|
|Coach/Mentor||Maninder Singh Coach - Raj Narayan Sharma|
Highlights From Maninder Singh Kabaddi Career
- Born in Dasuya, Punjab, Maninder Singh belongs from the Sikh farmer family. He was attracted to the Kabaddi from his childhood.
- That's why, he joined Shaheed Bhagat Singh academy for training purpose to take his game next level under the guidance of Hanumant Singh, coach of that academy and coach of Jaipur Pink Panthers.
- It was the inaugural season of Pro Kabaddi League, and who knew, this league will be such big, that it has changed the life of Kabaddi players.
- The year was 2014, the team was Jaipur Pink Panthers and the raider was Maninder Singh. It was the very first season, and Maninder Singh made his mark from some amazing super raids and skills.
- He scored a total of 130 points and stayed at the third position in the list of top raiders of the league in the first ever season. Because of this clinical performance from Maninder Singh, Jaipur Pink Panthers won the title of the inaugural season beating Anup Kumar's U Mumba by 35-24.
- He has introduced himself to the world, but he then disappeared from the Pro Kabaddi League.
- Yes, you read it right. He was disappeared, but where?
- Destiny was planning something worse for Maninder Singh. He was on the top of his career, and destiny wanted to pull his leg, tackle him on the mat of life.
- He got injured, some major back injuries after the successful season 1, and due to some fitness issues, and prepare himself better for the next time, he ruled himself out for the next three seasons.
- Yes, three years away from the mat, away from Kabaddi.
- But when he came back, he came stronger than ever before. It was season 5 when Bengal Warriors included him in their squad, and added strength in their attacking mode.
- He did not disappoint the selectors after being away three years from a big league, He scored 190 raid points in just 21 appearances he made.
- Because of this amazing performance put by their main raider, Bengal Warriors finished at the top of the table in ZONE B. they were advanced to the qualifier 1 against Gujarat Fortunegaints. But they lost it by 42-17, because of some good performance put by their main raider Sachin Tanwar still got one more chance to enter into the final in the qualifier two.
- It was against the defending champion, Pardeep Narwal's Patna Pirates, where also they lost in a close constant, 44-47.
- He scored 190 raid points in the season, helping his team to move till this state in the tournament and finished at 5th position in the list of top raiders of PKL 2017.
- Maninder Singh was the top raider from his side, so he was retained by Bengal Warriors for Pro Kabaddi League 2018 season. Who wants to lose their star player? Right, no one.
- Maninder Singh improved season by season, and in the Pro Kabaddi League 2019, by scoring 206 raid points, he became the fastest player in the history of PKL to reach to the 400 and 500 raid points. This milestone was enough to tell people that he had come back more and stronger this time.
- Because of this star player in the squad, Bengal Warriors again made into the knockouts of PKL season 6.
- They played against Naveen Kumar's Dabang Delhi, but unfortunately, the dream of winning the title for Bengal Warriors, crushed with the loss of 39-28.
- He was called for the India Team, to represent his country at the International stage at 2017 Asian Kabaddi Championship under the captaincy of Ajay Thakur.
- All the team put great performance and they clinched the gold medal beating Pakistan in the final with the score 36-22.
- In PKL 2019 i.e. season 7, Bengal Warriors retained their main man, and are ready this time to go closer to the title and lift the trophy.
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Achievements And Awards
- Performance In Pro Kabaddi League
PKL Seasons Matches Played Super Raids Super 10s Total Raid Points Super Tackles High 5s Total Tackle Points Overall Total Points Most Points In A Match 1 (2014) 16 3 5 130 1 - 7 137 13 5 (2017) 21 6 9 190 - - 2 192 17 6 (2018) 22 6 9 206 - - 0 206 17
- Most successful raider of Jaipur Pink Panthers in season 1, and Bengal Warriors in season 5 and 6
- Fastest raider to reach 400 and 500 raid points in PKL history.
- Gold Medal - 2017 Southeast Asian Games
- Winner - Pro Kabaddi League Season 1 in 2014