Beyond The Mat | How Pawan Sehrawat became the world's most dangerous raider

Pawan Sehrawat is the 1st person in his family to play any sport. Pawan started playing Kabaddi at the age of 13 in school inter-zonal tournaments, because of less availability of Kabaddi players in the school and seeing his performance in school tournaments his father introduced him with Kabaddi coaching at the stadium, where his inclination toward the sport started growing and then he played school nationals. Pawan mentions in the interview that Manjeet Chillar is the 1st influencer in his life for Kabaddi.

As we all know about the improvement in Pawan Sherawat’s skill sets, he has become one of the fine players who takes bonus points very easily. He says he used Jump skills in 3 to 4 seasons but now in season 6 he improved his skillsets and started using Dubki, Escape and Bonus skills. He also mentions that coach Randhir Sehrawat motivated him to learn more skills. Adding to that Pawan says he got blisters while practicing skill-bonus.

Pawan mentions that his master guide coach Shiv kumar, who started coaching him from very young days, and he always followed his coach with dedication, Pawan also says that coach Shiv Kumar used to reach out to him to teach new skills. While talking about learning new skills and coaches Pawan quotes “Now it’s not only about playing now, but it’s also about proving”.



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