Rohit Kumar Choudary started playing Kabaddi at a young age, but things changed in 2008, when he became serious about the game. In that year, he started to train under Sports Authority of India (SAI) and gradually learnt professional Kabaddi, different to what he played back at home.

His brother, an army personnel, made sure Rohit had all what he needed to turn his dreams into reality. With his support, Rohit excelled in the field, and short time after he finished his training at SAI, followed his brother’s footsteps to join the Indian Army.

Pro Kabaddi League (PKL) proved to be really helpful for Rohit’s growth, as he believes it has increased healthy competition within his peers. After successful stints with Delhi and Patna, Rohit is now a proud Yoddha ready to up his game in the upcoming season.