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Pardeep Narwal (68) holds the record for most Super 10s in Pro Kabaddi. The Dubki King who averages over 10 points per match has managed to score five or more Super 10s in each edition of the tournament since Season 3.  

A Super 10 is achieved in Pro Kabaddi when a raider manages to score 10 points or more. Since the inception of the league in 2014, only a select few raiders have consistently managed to breach the Super 10-mark and record their names in history books. 

Bengal Warriors’ Maninder Singh is second on the list with 49 Super 10s in 101 matches. The Punjab-born raider has been an epitome of consistency and has scored more than five Super 10s in each edition since Season 5. Closely following Maninder is Bengaluru Bulls' Pawan Sehrawat who has scored 49 Super 10s in 104 matches. 

Naveen Kumar with 42 Super 10s across 62 PKL matches is next on the list. The Dabang Delhi K.C. raider has the best strike-rate amongst the lot with a Super 10 in every second match of Pro Kabaddi he plays. Naveen Kumar holds the record for record 28 successive Super 10s in Pro Kabaddi, the most by any player in the history of the league. 

Rahul Chaudhari is next on the list of most Super 10s in Pro Kabaddi. ‘The Showman’ as Rahul Chaudhari is popularly called has achieved the feat on 40 instances so far. One of the best exponents of running hand touch, Rahul led the charts for most Super 10s in Pro Kabaddi Season 2 and Season 4 with five and seven Super 10s respectively. 

Jaipur Pink Panthers’ captain and 2016 Asian Games gold medalist Deepak Niwas Hooda has 35 Super 10s in 140 matches. 

Most Super 10s in Pro Kabaddi: Know the raiders

Player

Matches

Super 10s

Pardeep Narwal

130

68

Maninder Singh

101

49

Pawan Sehrawat

103

48

Naveen Kumar 

62

42

Rahul Chaudhari 

129

40

Deepak Hooda

140

35

Ajay Thakur

120

29

Rohit Kumar

99

26

Vikash Kandola

77

25

Siddharth Desai

46

24

Author: Kaustubh Potdar

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