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Exclusive: Raid Machine Rahul Chaudhari Opens Up About His Retirement

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In an exclusive interview, the legendary kabaddi player Rahul Chaudhari, affectionately known as the “Raid Machine,” has opened up about his retirement plans. With a career spanning over a decade, Rahul Chaudhari has been a pivotal figure in the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) and has left an indelible mark on the sport.

Rahul Chaudhari, who currently plays for the Jaipur Pink Panthers, has had a stellar career in the PKL. He is the first-ever player to score 500, 700, and 800 raid points in the league. His journey began with the Telugu Titans in the inaugural season of PKL in 2014, where he quickly established himself as a formidable raider. Over the years, he has represented several teams, including Tamil Thalaivas and Puneri Paltan, before joining the Jaipur Pink Panthers.

In the interview, Rahul Chaudhari shared his thoughts on retirement, stating,

“I have been playing since 2010 & every player has his peak time. On a certain day every player has to stop. Will not confirm whether I will play this PKL season or not. Either I will play 1 or 2 matches or all matches I will say ‘jay hind jay bharat’ to kabaddi after season 11.”

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Reflecting on his illustrious career, Rahul Chaudhari expressed gratitude for the support he has received from fans and teammates. “The journey has been incredible. From winning the gold at the 2016 South Asian Games to lifting the PKL trophy with the Jaipur Pink Panthers, every moment has been special. I am thankful to my fans, coaches, and teammates who have been with me throughout this journey,” he said.

When asked about his future plans, Rahul Chaudhari revealed that he intends to stay connected with the sport.

“I plan to take up coaching and mentoring roles to nurture young talent. Kabaddi is growing rapidly, and I want to contribute to its development. I also have plans to start a kabaddi academy to train aspiring players,” he added.

Rahul Chaudhari’s retirement marks the end of an era in kabaddi. His contributions to the sport have been immense, and his legacy will continue to inspire future generations of players. As he prepares to bid farewell to the mat, fans and the kabaddi fraternity will undoubtedly miss the “Raid Machine” and his electrifying performances.

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