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Interested in meeting with those having similar Meeting Interests (see my Tied at the 5th spot are Surender Nada of Haryana and Dharmaraj Cheralathan of Telangana. At 27, Surender is much younger and prefers the left corner of defence. 42-year-old veteran Dharmaraj has bags of experience and is adept at both corners of the defence.Surender will turn out for the team from his home state, Haryana Steelers, this time around. He has previously played for Bengaluru Bulls in season 4 and U Mumba in season 2 and 3. He has won the gold medal in the 2016 South Asian Games as well.He has played a total of 49 matches in the Pro Kabaddi League so far in which he has racked up 138 tackle points at an average of 2.82 per game. His successful tackle rate is just over 50% and he has 5 green cards to his name.Dharmaraj CheralathanDharmaraj, on the other hand, will play for Puneri Paltan in the upcoming season. He was the captain of the Patna Pirates team that won the title last season. He played for Telugu Titans in season 3 and Bengaluru Bulls in season 1 and 2.In 59 matches played, Dharmaraj has 151 tackle points at an average of 2.56. He has 134 successful tackles out of 258 and has collected 2 green cards.profile).

The Pro Kabaddi League in its fifth edition will kickstart from July 28 and the final is slated to be played on October 28. The auctions, which were held in New Delhi on Monday, saw over 400 players in the pool. Until the previous season, there were eight teams. But the fifth season will see four new teams — Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Gujarat and Tamil Nadu — contesting in the race to win the title. The franchises spent over Rs 46.99 crores over 227 players. At Rs 93 lakh, Nitin Tomar became the costliest player in the history of PKL, after team Uttar Pradesh acquired his services. Rohit Kumar (Rs 81 lakh), Manjeet Chhillar (Rs 75.5 lakh), Surjeet Singh (Rs 73 lakh) and Selvamani K (Rs 73 lakh) followed the 35-year old raider in the list. Meanwhile, Suraj Desai was bought by Dabang Delhi for Rs 52.5 lakh, also the highest bid for a Category B player in history. Meanwhile, South Korea's Jang Kun Lee is the most expensive overseas player after Bengal Warriors retained him for Rs 80.3 lakh.

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