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Pro Kabaddi League 2023: Top Five Oldest Stars Set to Illuminate PKL Season 10 ft. Maninder Singh

As the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) gears up for its milestone 10th season, anticipation among fans reaches a fever pitch. The promise of electrifying action, set to commence on December 2, brings an extra thrill this season, with matches hosted in each team's home ground, offering live kabaddi action to fans across 12 cities.

In the midst of this excitement, the spotlight turns to the seasoned players who, despite their age, carry the potential to single-handedly sway the outcome of a match. The PKL, entertaining kabaddi enthusiasts globally since 2014, continues to evolve, with a growing presence of experienced players adding depth and nuance to the competition.

In a sport where fitness is paramount, the impact of growing age seems to be minimal, as proven by the stellar performances of some of the league's elder statesmen.

Top 5 Oldest Players Set to Grace PKL Season 10

5. Rahul Chaudhari – Age: 30

Rahul Chaudhari's journey began with the Telugu Titans in 2014, where he quickly established himself as a force to be reckoned with. Now at 30, the Jaipur Pink Panthers have opted to retain him for PKL 10, banking on his consistent performances. Despite earning 73 points in the previous season, Chaudhari is geared up for a resurgence, aiming to elevate his game and leave an indelible mark on the upcoming season.


4. Mohammad Esmaeil Nabibaksh – Age: 32

A stalwart of the Iranian national kabaddi team, Mohammad Esmaeil Nabibaksh made his PKL debut with the Bengal Warriors in 2019. As he transitions to represent the Gujarat Giants in PKL 10, the 32-year-old brings a wealth of experience and all-round skills that could prove pivotal in shaping Gujarat's destiny. Nabibaksh's journey is one of international acclaim, and his presence in the upcoming season adds an intriguing dimension to the league.

3. Surjeet Singh – Age: 33

Surjeet Singh, a seasoned campaigner with over a decade of international kabaddi under his belt, continues to be a force on the mat. Despite a subpar performance in the last season, the Bengaluru Bulls have placed their faith in the 33-year-old right cover defender for PKL 10. Fans are advised not to underestimate Singh's prowess, as his experience and determination are poised to contribute significantly to the team's success in the upcoming season.

2. Maninder Singh – Age: 33

As the captain of the Bengal Warriors, Maninder Singh's leadership propelled the team to victory in the seventh season. At 33, Singh stands as one of the most successful players in PKL history, consistently amassing over 200 raid points in the last four seasons. With a relentless drive to maintain his high standards, Singh is determined to carry Bengal Warriors to further glory in PKL 10.


1. Ran Singh – Age: 36

A true veteran of the Pro Kabaddi League since its inception, Ran Singh, at 36, embodies the spirit of enduring commitment to the sport. Having played for five different teams throughout his illustrious PKL career, Singh brings a wealth of all-round skills and experience. Despite recent performance challenges, Singh remains resolute in his dedication to kabaddi, poised to play a pivotal role in Bengaluru Bulls' quest for success in PKL 10.

As PKL Season 10 unfolds, the stage is set for these seasoned warriors to defy age and expectations, leaving an indelible mark on the league's history. Their stories, etched in skill, experience, and determination, promise to be a captivating narrative for kabaddi enthusiasts worldwide. Stay tuned as these veterans aim to prove that age is just a number, and the kabaddi mat is a stage where experience reigns supreme.