Kabaddi has been a popular sport in India for centuries, and it has gained immense popularity in recent years with the establishment of
Pro Kabaddi League. Sukesh Hegde, a talented kabaddi player, has emerged as one of the most promising stars in the Indian kabaddi scene.
Sukesh Hegde was born on 2nd December 1988 in Karnataka. He started playing kabaddi at a young age and quickly recognised for
his exceptional talent. Sukesh played his first professional kabaddi match in 2014, representing the Telugu Titans in the inaugural season of Pro Kabaddi League.
Sukesh Hegde’s style of play characterized by his agility, speed, and quick thinking. He is a raider who known for his ability to score points
even in the toughest situations. Sukesh has a unique talent for reading the game and analyzing the opponent’s strategies, which makes him a valuable asset to any team he plays for.
Over the years, Sukesh has played for various teams in the Pro Kabaddi League, including the Telugu Titans, U Mumba, Gujarat Fortune Giants,
and Tamil Thalaivas. He has also represented India in international kabaddi tournaments and has been a crucial part of the national team’s success.
Sukesh’s contributions to the sport of kabaddi have not gone unnoticed. He has awarded the Best Raider award several times.
Including in the 2017 Asian Kabaddi Championship, where he led the Indian team to victory. His performances in the Pro Kabaddi League have also
impressive, and he has been a consistent performer for his team, scoring crucial points in important matches.
Apart from being a talented kabaddi player, Sukesh Hegde also known for his sportsmanship and leadership qualities. He leads by example and is always willing to help his teammates improve their game.
In conclusion, Sukesh Hegde is a rising star in the world of Indian kabaddi. His exceptional talent, quick thinking, and leadership qualities make him a
valuable asset to any team he plays for. With his passion for the sport and dedication to improving his game, Sukesh is sure to make a significant contribution to the sport of kabaddi for years to come.