The five-day National Kabaddi Invitation Championship tournament concluded on a spectacular note at Indira Maidan on Sunday.
Suman from Chittoor and Sandhya of Srikakulam were adjudged as the player of the matches in the men’s and women’s Kabaddi teams respectively.
Gujarat had no answers to Naveen Kumar's raids but Delhi's defence kept imploding thanks to unsuccessful tackles from Manjeet Chhillar and Jeeva Kumar.
After seven successive seasons of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL), the competition did not take place last year due to the Covid-19 situation in the country.
The team that includes players, support staff and management boarded a flight at the Indira Gandhi International airport here for Bengaluru.
Kamveti had been adjudged the best raider at the Bangabandhu Cup in March this year and is set to bolster the attack of the Yoddhas.
Keeping the health and safety of players in mind amid COVID times, the organisers have converted the entire venue into an integrated and secure bio-bubble.
The eighth season of the Pro Kabaddi League will be held from Dec 22 in Bengaluru in a biosecure bubble.
The case against her relates to bomb blasts at Malegaon in Maharashtra on September 29, 2008, in which at least six persons died.
Orgainsers of the event said that keeping the health and safety of the players and all stakeholders in mind, this year the league will be held without spectators at a single venue in Bengaluru.
Pro Kabaddi League star raider Pardeep Narwal said that his responsibility has been to be up to date and relevant in the game.
Hooda said that he has focussed a lot on his mental aspect ahead of the eight season and will be among the top players who will go under the hammer in the auctions.
The PKL returns after a COVID-19 forced break and Sehrawat is confident that he will be able to deliver his best for the season, which will take place in December.
India's nearly unchallenged domination of the Asian Games kabaddi competition ended with the men's team failing to make the final for the first time in history.
The country settled for the bronze medal along with Pakistan, which had lost to South Korea in the other semifinal.