Fazel Atrachali Kabaddi Player Biography, Wiki, Height, Weight, Career

Fazel Atrachali Biography: Fazel Atrachali is a kabaddi player from Iran who presently captains Puneri Paltan in the VIVO Pro Kabaddi League and the Iran National Kabaddi team.

Fazel Atrachali Biography

Fazel Atrachali Biography: Atrachali began playing kabaddi at the age of 11 in his hometown of Gorgan, Iran. He represented his country at the Asian Games in 2010 and 2014 and even captained the national team. Before joining the Pro Kabaddi League, he worked as a blacksmith in his hometown as a side job. In 2013, he competed in the Asian Indoor Games. Atrachali enjoys wrestling in his free time when he is not practicing hard on the mats or working hard in the office.

Fazel Atrachali Kabaddi Player Biography

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Fazel Atrachali Wiki

NameFazel Atrachali
Date Of Birth29 March 1992
Birth PlaceIndian
Height6’0 ft
Weight82Kg
Zodiac SignAries
Net WorthN/A

Career

In U Mumba’s 29-25 win over Dabang Delhi in Hyderabad, Atrachali made his VIVO Pro Kabaddi debut, scoring two tackle points. In his second game, he set a season-best with seven points against Puneri Paltan in a 39-34 victory. In Season 2, Atrachali appeared in five matches, scoring 12 points.

In Season 3, Atrachali was a considerably more prominent presence on U Mumba’s team, appearing 11 times and scoring 32 tackle points and one raid point. He had a 50% tackle success rate and was U Mumba’s second-highest-scoring defender this season.

For Season 4, Atrachali joined the Patna Pirates and quickly established himself as one of the league’s top defenders. He concluded the season with 52 tackle points in 16 games, which included four High 5s and seven Super Tackles. He won the VIVO Pro Kabaddi title and the Best Defender Award with the Patna Pirates.

Fazel Atrachali Kabaddi Player Biography

For Season 5, the left corner joined the new franchise Gujarat Fortunegiants and had another outstanding individual campaign. In 24 games, he scored 57 tackle points, including five High 5s and three Super Tackles, for a tackle strike rate of 57.57. He guided the Fortunegiants to the championship game when the Patna Pirates defeated them.

Atrachali was re-signed from the Season 6 auction and chosen captain by U Mumba. Atrachali appeared in all 23 of U Mumba’s games, finishing with 83 tackle points, six High 5s, and three Super Tackles. He finished third in the Best Defender race, trailing Nitesh Kumar and Parvesh Bhainswal.

U Mumba retained Atrachali for PKL 7. He led the team to the semifinals, where the Bengal Warriors defeated them. Atrachali had a solid season, finishing as the league’s Best Defender with 82 tackle points. His most excellent game was against the Haryana Steelers, where he had eight tackle points.