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UP Yoddha Raider Gulveer Singh opened up in an exclusive interview with about his future plans and the challenges that came up while trying to pursue his dreams of playing for the country.

Updated: February 7, 2022 1:54 PM IST

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UP Yoddha Raider Gulveer Singh Eyes India Debut Without Any Government Support

New Delhi: UP Yoddha raider Gulveer Singh is gearing up for the national trials and is hopeful of playing for India one day, adding that with no support coming from the government, the road ahead is challenging but he will continue to pursue his dreams even if that means he has to shell out money from his own pocket. Gulveer Singh Team UP Yoddha in Pro Kabaddi League EXCLUSIVE Interview.

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“I started playing Kabaddi while watching Pro Kabaddi players in 2014. My favourite players are Anoop Kumar and Rahul Chaudhari who represented the country. I want to play for my nation and that is my only goal. Right now, I am playing for PKL franchise ‘UP Yoddha’ and after the season ends, I will go back to Meerut and start practising for my national trials,” said Gulveer in an exclusive interview with

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“I am the son of a farmer and I had opted Kabaddi while watching Indian Kabaddi players. My brother Vinay is my biggest support and whenever my parents used to say that you will get injured while playing, it’s my brother who always supported me in my ups and downs,” revealed the UP Yoddha raider.

Recalling the best game he has ever played, Gulveer said, “My best game was against Delhi in 2017 and it is from that game that people came to know about me.”

The 23-year-old, who has represented Uttar Pradesh in Kabbadi and won a bronze medal for the state revealed that the government is not helping any of the players and they have been left to feed on their own.

“There is no help from the government. I am a national bronze medallist and have also won the nationals in 2020 in Jaipur but still, there is no help coming from the government. Currently, we are practising with our own money”

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Published Date: February 7, 2022 1:41 PM IST

Updated Date: February 7, 2022 1:54 PM IST