Siddharth Desai: Happy Rohit Kumar leads the Telugu Titans


Double finalist Telugu Titans star raider Siddharth Desai said the team, having learned from previous mistakes, are now more focused on giving their best in the Pro Kabaddi League which will start in Bengaluru later. this month.

“We have one of the best teams in the league. Unfortunately the different combinations we tried last season didn’t work and it was also difficult to play back-to-back matches as a host, ”said Siddharth. Sports star.

“The PKL are back after a gap of almost two years due to the pandemic and everyone will be eager to prove a point or two to enter the Indian squad as the Asian and World Cups are scheduled soon. “, did he declare.

“I am very happy that Rohit (Kumar) bhai has joined our team and is leading it as well. His vast experience in the league, having led the Bengaluru Bulls to title triumph, should be of great help to the Titans, ”said Siddharth.

“We have no problem in the raiding department and are also strong in defense. So I don’t feel any pressure, ”said the star player.

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When asked which teams could be the top three title contenders, Siddharth said each team has their own plans and trains accordingly. “As they say, it all depends on your performance on the day itself. So even our team is a serious contender to be the champion, ”he said.

Siddharth said that thanks to the PKL many players have gained name, fame and money. “It is the best thing that has happened to sport in India,” he added.

Playing in one venue with no spectators, the Titans’ lead performer said he would miss the crowd for sure, but was hopeful fans would extend their support through social media platforms.

“We always hope that the coming season will be exciting and challenging even without the crowds, because every player has to do their best for the cause of the team,” he signed.


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