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[Latest] Vivo Pro Kabaddi League Rules




Kabaddi is an Indian sport, played with two teams of 12 players, with 7 players taking to the court at any one time. The game is played on a rectangular court that’s generally a maximum of 13m x 10m. This midline divides the court into two and these are the balk lines, the end lines, the bonus lines and this is the lobby area. I’ll explain what are Pro Kabaddi League Rules.

Kabaddi Game Objects

The object of the game is for your team to score more overall points than the opposing team. To score, a team must send a player (known as a raider) into the opposing half of the court whilst chanting the word ‘Kabaddi’ repeatedly. A raider must only use one breath and chant the word ‘Kabaddi’ repeatedly. To show the referee that he is exhaling and not holding his breath. The first goal of the raider is to reach over the balkline.

Failure to do this results in the raider being out, and cannot participate in the next part of the game. The second goal of the raider is to touch as many players as he can and make it back to the midline before he is caught and tackled by the defenders.

How To Gets Kabaddi Points

Kabaddi Points

He can do this in several ways: with a hand touch, a toe touch, a kick, or by trying to escape a tackle and reaching for the midline. He gets one point for every opposing defender that he touches so long as he makes it back to the midline, all whilst repeatedly chanting the word ‘kabaddi’. And any touched defenders are out and cannot participate in the next round of play. Understand so far? Cool, let’s continue.

1. Role oF Defenders

The defenders (sometimes known as antis) will try and stop the raider returning to the midline. So the especially if one of them has been touched. They can use several tactics such as the ankle hold, back hold, front tackle and forcing them off the court entirely. If the defenders manage to stop the raider returning to his own half of the court. The raider is out and the defending team gets one point.

Five Rules of Pro Kabaddi

Once a raid has finished, the opposing team must send out a raider of their own within 5 seconds, or the team will lose a point. Got it? Good, because it’s about to get a lot more complicated. When a player is out, he must wait in the sitting block and is temporarily unable to participate in the game.

2. Role oF Raider

Once a raider has been tackled or a point has been scored. They are allowed to revive one of their own players out of the sitting block to re-join the team. This means that every time you score, you can revive one or more players back onto the field of play. The game is played in two 20 minute halves, for a combined playing time of 40 minutes. The highest score at the end of time wins.

Kabaddi Is The Ultimate Game

Kabaddi is the ultimate game like a cat and mouse. As the defenders have to be far enough away so that they can’t be touched … but also close enough to tackle the raider should he decide to make a run for it. This is a highly strategic sport. And there are a few more rules that you’ll need to understand before playing or watching a game. For example, The lobby is an extended area of play, which is denoted by the yellow areas here.

1. Bonus Points

These are only active when a defender has been touched and gives both raiders and defender more room to try and score or get the raider out. The Bonus Line As mentioned before, this is the bonus line. If a raider puts one foot in the bonus line with one foot in the air. He will score one point so long as he makes it back to the midline. However, the bonus line is quite far from the midline. And reaching for this line makes it easier for a defender to tackle you.

The bonus line is only active when where are 6 or 7 defenders on the court. Super Tackle. If there are three or fewer defenders on the defending team and they manage to tackle a raider, this is known as a super tackle and scores two points. One for eliminating the raider and a bonus point for doing so with 3 or fewer defenders.

2. Do Or Die Raid In Kabaddi

Do or Die Raid If a team has two unsuccessful raids (i.e. they scored zero both times), the third raid is the ‘do or die raid’. Failure to score on the third raid results in the raider being out. Pursuit. A pursuit is where a defender charges at a retreating raider with the aim of scoring a quick point off him.

This is usually done if the other team is slow to retreat from a raid and a defender is close enough to score a point. And make it back to the midline quickly before the other players realize. All out. If in the rare instance a raider gets all the defenders out in one raid. This is known as an ‘all-out’. The raiding team gets one point per player and an additional two points. All players are revived after an all out. To the uninitiated, Kabaddi seems strange, confusing and even ridiculous. But once you understand the rules, it becomes an interesting sport to watch.

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