Kabaddi Masters Dubai 2018: Teams and full list of players
As we are inching towards the Kabaddi Masters Dubai 2018, all 6 participating countries released their squads for the tournament. It’s going to be the nine days action-packed sporting event.
Ajay Thakur, Pardeep Narwal, Manjeet Chhillar, Surender Nada, Deepak Niwas Hooda, Nitin Tomar, Girish Maruti Ernak, Rishank Devadiga, Rahul Chaudhari, Monu Goyat, Mohit Chhillar, Rohit Kumar, Sandeep Narwal, Surjeet Singh, Raju lal Chaudhary, Maninder Singh, Sachin Tanwar
Nasir Ali, Waqar Ali, Mudassar Ali, Qaisir Abbas, Kashif Razzaq, Muhammad Nadim, Sajjad Shaukat, Muhammad Imran, Muhammad Safian, Abid Hussain, Akhlaq Hussain, Wasim Sajjad, Muhammad Nisar, Muzammal Husain
Hadi Tajik, Mohammad Amin Nosrati, Amir Hossein Mohammad Maleki, Mohammad Esmaeil Nabibakhsh, Mohammad Ghorbani, Mohammad Esmaeil Maghsoudlou Maha, Mohammad Kazem Naseri, Mohammad Reza Shadloui Chianeh, Emad Sedaghatnia, Afshin Jafari, Mohammad Taghi Paein Mahali, Mohammad Malak, Saeid Ghaffari, Hamid Mirzaei Nader
Republic Of Korea:
Lee Dong Geon, Eom Tae Deok, Lee Jae Min, Lee Jang Kun, Hong Dong Ju, Kim Dong Gyu, Park Chan Sik, Jo Jae Pil, Kim Seong Ryeol, Park Hyun II, Kim Gyung Tae, Ko Young Chang
David Mosambayi, Ogak Odhiambo, Chrispine Otieno, Obiero Victor, Obilo James, Erick Ocheing Oduor, Nicholas Mutua, Embuga George, Elphas Otieno, James Kamweti, Patrick Nzaulzaac N Jorge, Esau Otieno, Kevin Wire
Federico Gramajo, Rafael Acevedo, Gabriel Sacchi, Mariano Pascual, Jorge Barraza, Sebastian Desocio, Roman Cesaro, Nahuel Lopez, Javier Camera, Ivan Molina, Franco Castro, Matias Martinez, Sebastian Canencia, Nahuel Vilamayor
India, Pakistan, South Korea, Iran, Argentina & Kenya compete with one another.
The six teams are divided into 2 groups of three. The teams in each group will play 2 matches against other team in the group. Top 2 teams from both the groups goes to the semi-finals. Top 2 teams from the Semi-finals will clash for the title in the grand finale on 30th June 2018.
The Kabaddi Masters opener on 22nd June will be a high voltage, action packed event between India and Pakistan.