Top 3 Teams in PKL 10 Who can buy Deepak Niwas Hooda
Deepak Niwas Hooda has gained widespread recognition for his exceptional abilities and significant contributions to the world of sports. Born on June 10, 1994, in Haryana, India, Hooda's remarkable trajectory from a humble village upbringing to becoming a prominent figure in kabaddi has served as a source of inspiration for countless aspiring athletes.
Hooda's expertise in the traditional Indian sport is evident through his versatility as an all-around player. Proficient in both raiding and defending, he has showcased extraordinary skills that make him an invaluable asset to any team he represents.
His agility, strategic insight, and physical prowess distinguish him on the kabaddi court. Over the course of his career, Deepak Niwas Hooda has been affiliated with various teams within the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL), captivating audiences with his exhilarating performances.
Deepak will head into season 10 auction as a free agent (in the players pool) after Bengal Warriors released him. The All-rounder had a success rate of 30%, scored 47 out of 124 total raids.
In terms of defense, Hooda had 9 successful tackles out of 19 attempts. Before he goes under the hammer during PKL 10 auction, here are 3 probable franchise's that can buy Deepak Niwas Hooda.
Bengaluru Bulls - A clear lack of All-rounders in the team makes very high chances of Season 6 winners buying Deepak Hooda. Bengaluru have retained 3 defenders and 2 raiders but they dont have any all-rounder in the team.
They could explore the option of buying Deepak Hooda as he can do both defending and raiding.
Puneri Paltan - Pro Kabaddi League season 9 runners-up Puneri Paltan will look to take one step forward in winning the competition this season. They missed out on the title by 4 points against Jaipur Pink Panthers.
They will need some experienced names who can perform well under pressure and Deepak Hooda is a name that they can think upon. The Haryana born player will be a great addition and can lead the team with Aslam Inamdar. Paltan have retained 9 players - 4 defenders-raiders and 1 all-rounder.
Bengal Warriors - The one-time winners can use one of their FBM cards on the player they bought during auction of season 9. He had somewhat a mediocre performance scoring a total of 56 points.
Just like Bengaluru Bulls and Puneri Paltan, Bengal Warriors lack an All-rounder who can do the job both offensively and defensively. It will all be clear when the PKL 10 auctions take place on 8th and 9th September.