Rahul Chaudhari

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Rahul Chaudhari
Personal information
OccupationKabaddi Player
Years active2010-present
Height6 ft 0 in (183 cm)[1]
KabaddiPro Kabaddi League
ClubTamil Thalaivas
TeamIndia national kabaddi team

Rahul Chaudhari is an Indian professional Kabaddi player. He started as a Defender but later became a Raider. He was a member of the Indian National Kabaddi team that won a gold medal in the 2016 South Asian Games. After six seasons with Telugu Titans, Rahul now plays for Tamil Thalaivas.[2]

Kabaddi career[edit]

Telugu Titans[edit]

Chaudhari scored 151 raid points in Season 1[when?]. In the second season, he scored 98 raid points and 9 tackle points, and the third season saw him score 87 raid points and with 12 tackle points with a 41.37% tackle success rate.[1]

Rahul was adjudged the best raider of Season 4[according to whom?] after finishing the league as the top-scoring raider with 146 raid points and 11 tackle points. The Telugu Titans reached the semi finals where they lost; Chaudhari took 14 raid points in the game. He was made captain of the Telugu Titans in Season 5, and finished the campaign with 193 points – 184 raid points and 9 tackle points. [1]

For Season 6, Chaudhari was again bought by Telugu Titans for Rs 1,29,00,000, ending the season with 159 raid points and 7 tackle points.[1]

Tamil Thalaivas[edit]

The Tamil Thalaivas bought Chaudhari for Season 7, biding Rs 94,00,000 for him in the auction.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d e f g Chaudhary, Rahul. "Player profile". prokabaddi. prokabaddi. Retrieved 26 June 2019.
  2. ^ Sportstar, Team. "PKL Auction highlights: Telugu Titans gets Siddharth Desai for 1.45 crore, Rahul Chaudhari to Tamil Thalaivas for 94 lakh". Sportstar. Sportstar. Retrieved 26 June 2019.