Jasmer Singh Gulia retires from the game of Kabaddi

Former Indian Kabaddi Team Player and Asian Games 2010 Gold Medalist Jasmer Gulia announces his retirement from Kabaddi. The veteran defensive all rounder informed about his farewell to the game through an Instagram post.
35 years old Jasmer Singh Gulia hails from Haryana. He was the skipper of Dabang Delhi in PKL 1. He was the fourth best defender after Manjeet Chhillar, Surender Nada and Dharmaraj Cheralathan. He had scored 38 tackle points from 14 matches with holding an average of 2.71. He also scored 2 Super Tackles.

In the second season he was dropped from the Delhi squad because of injury. After this he made a comeback with Puneri Paltan in PKL 3. He had 46 tackle points to his name from 16 matches with a average of 2.88. Jasmer was the second in Super Tackle’s chart as he had 5 Super Tackles to his name. He ranked third in High 5’s chart with 4 High 5’s.

Season 4 was not so great for him a he could manage only 19 tackle points from 13 games for his team Telugu Titans. He did not play season 5 as he was not picked by any team. Bengaluru Bulls brought him into their squad In season 6. But he played only 6 matches there due to his poor form.

Jasmer was an integral part of Puneri Paltan’s deadliest defensive combination in PKL 3. He had a major contribution in Puneri’s podium finish for the first time in their PKL history. He made country proud by clinching Gold medal at Asian Games 2010.