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Will announce international retirement after World Cup: India Kabaddi captain

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Indian skipper Anup Kumar on Sunday informed he will announced his international retirement after the ongoing World Cup.

One of India's marquee exponents, he however said that he will continue playing the Pro-League (PKL).

"Now I look myself as a professional player. I want young players to come up so will retire from the international arena after the World Cup," Anup Kumar told media persons here.

"My dream is to win the World Cup and I hope it will become true this year," he added.

Anup Kuman played his first match with the national team in 2006 during the South Asian Games in Sri Lanka. He became a regular member of the team from then onwards and he has won several accolades. He was also bestowed the prestigious Arjuna Award in 2012.

Working as a Deputy Commissioner of Police in Haryana, he has been an integral part of India's gold medal-winning campaigns at the last two Asian Games.

At the professional arena, Anup has flourished throughout the three seasons of the PKL. He captained the U Mumba side to the title in the second season of the league in 2015, besides taking them to the final on two other occasions in 2014 and 2016.

He has amassed a whopping total of 330 PKL points, out of which 305 have come through his raids and sizzled during the first season of the league for which he was awarded the Most Valuable Player (MVP).

--IANS

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Will announce international retirement after World Cup: India Kabaddi captain

Indian skipper Anup Kumar on Sunday informed he will announced his international retirement after the ongoing Kabaddi World Cup.

Indian skipper Anup Kumar on Sunday informed he will announced his international retirement after the ongoing World Cup.

One of India's marquee exponents, he however said that he will continue playing the Pro-League (PKL).

"Now I look myself as a professional player. I want young players to come up so will retire from the international arena after the World Cup," Anup Kumar told media persons here.

"My dream is to win the World Cup and I hope it will become true this year," he added.

Anup Kuman played his first match with the national team in 2006 during the South Asian Games in Sri Lanka. He became a regular member of the team from then onwards and he has won several accolades. He was also bestowed the prestigious Arjuna Award in 2012.

Working as a Deputy Commissioner of Police in Haryana, he has been an integral part of India's gold medal-winning campaigns at the last two Asian Games.

At the professional arena, Anup has flourished throughout the three seasons of the PKL. He captained the U Mumba side to the title in the second season of the league in 2015, besides taking them to the final on two other occasions in 2014 and 2016.

He has amassed a whopping total of 330 PKL points, out of which 305 have come through his raids and sizzled during the first season of the league for which he was awarded the Most Valuable Player (MVP).

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Will announce international retirement after World Cup: India Kabaddi captain

Indian skipper Anup Kumar on Sunday informed he will announced his international retirement after the ongoing World Cup.

One of India's marquee exponents, he however said that he will continue playing the Pro-League (PKL).

"Now I look myself as a professional player. I want young players to come up so will retire from the international arena after the World Cup," Anup Kumar told media persons here.

"My dream is to win the World Cup and I hope it will become true this year," he added.

Anup Kuman played his first match with the national team in 2006 during the South Asian Games in Sri Lanka. He became a regular member of the team from then onwards and he has won several accolades. He was also bestowed the prestigious Arjuna Award in 2012.

Working as a Deputy Commissioner of Police in Haryana, he has been an integral part of India's gold medal-winning campaigns at the last two Asian Games.

At the professional arena, Anup has flourished throughout the three seasons of the PKL. He captained the U Mumba side to the title in the second season of the league in 2015, besides taking them to the final on two other occasions in 2014 and 2016.

He has amassed a whopping total of 330 PKL points, out of which 305 have come through his raids and sizzled during the first season of the league for which he was awarded the Most Valuable Player (MVP).

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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