Surender Nada is a 32-years-old Indian Kabaddi athlete.

He plays for Patna Pirates in the Pro Kabaddi league and is one of the simplest defenders in the tournament.

He usually defends the left corner.

Nada is a member of the Indian national kabaddi team as well.

The team won the kabaddi world cup 2016, Asian kabaddi championship in 2017,

Dubai kabaddi master in 2018. His signature move: Ankle Hold


Background

Surender Nada was born in Jhajjar, Haryana on 1 July 1987. He was interested in kabaddi from his childhood.

He hails from the state of Haryana which has produced an outsized number of successful kabaddi athletes.

E Baskaran and Ranbir Singh Khokhar coached him.

He’s a national-level player and has been part of the many victorious international campaigns.


Career

Surender was the very best-scoring defender within the opening season of the professional Kabaddi League.

 He was one in the entire key contributor in U Mumba’s victorious season two campaigns.

Nada has been a component of the 2016 Indian team which won the Men’s Kabaddi World Cup.
Surender began his PKL career with U Mumba.

After the end of third season at the U Mumba he was bought by Bengaluru Bulls. Currently plays for Patna Pirates.

In his signature move, the defender holds the ankle of an escaping defender with extreme power.

This move creates a superb opportunity for a tackle.

Achievements

Surender was a component of the planet cup winning Indian team in 2016.

He was a member of India’s victorious Asian Kabaddi Championship team which was held in 2017

Nada played a crucial role in India’s victory in the 2018 Dubai Kabaddi Masters.

In the Pro Kabaddi League, Nada has 19 High 5s in 71 appearances and is on a tie for the utmost number of High 5s.

he contains a record for five consecutive High 5s in five consecutive matches in season 5.

Surender is the second most successful defender in Pro Kabaddi League.

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