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Pro Kabaddi 2023: Dates, Schedule, Format, Venues, Prize Money, Squads, and More
Pro Kabaddi 2023: Dates, Schedule, Format, Venues, Prize Money, Squads, and More

The countdown to the commencement of Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) Season 10 is ticking with less than 30 hours remaining. As anticipation surges, here's your comprehensive guide to the forthcoming 10th edition of the globe's most significant Kabaddi extravaganza, on Saturday, December 2, 

Prepare for an action-packed series of 137 matches spanning across 12 diverse cities in India, extending from the northern reaches in Panchkula down south to Bangalore and Chennai. The tournament promises a kaleidoscope of Kabaddi prowess in varied arenas.

Pawan Sehrawat, the stellar athlete from India, has once again etched his name in history, becoming the highest-priced player in the Pro Kabaddi League for the second consecutive year. Telugu Titans secured Sehrawat for a staggering Rs 2.60 crore during the auctions, surpassing the record-setting Rs 2.26 crore acquisition by Tamil Thalaivas in the previous season's auctions.

A fierce bidding war unfolded among Haryana Steelers, UP Yoddhas, Telugu Titans, and Bengaluru Bulls, all vying for Sehrawat's exceptional talent. His instrumental role in India's triumph over Iran in the Asian Games final, clinching the coveted gold medal, further heightened his allure in the league.

Pro Kabaddi 2023 is set to kick off with a riveting clash between Gujarat Giants and Telugu Titans in Ahmedabad on Saturday, December 2, marking the commencement of an exhilarating journey. The league stage will unfurl its thrills until February 21, with matches commencing at 7:30 PM IST.

While the playoffs schedule is yet to be disclosed, it's anticipated to encompass five gripping encounters: two eliminators, two semifinals, and the grand finale, promising a culmination of sheer Kabaddi brilliance and fervor. Stay tuned for updates on this thrilling saga of sporting excellence.

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