If you ever wondered why only men play ‘kabbadi’ then you are absolutely correct. Why should men have all the fun? Women kabbadi players at the 8th national breach tournament at Vishakhapatnam are saying this aloud, and not merely in words. They are playing the game and winning it too.
But, their journey has not been easy. Their struggle to be kabaddi players began at home. questions were raised as to o what the girls’ would do on the kabaddi field.
“I was not allowed to play when I began in Kadapa. Parents said playing matches wearing shorts that too in front of a crowd would embarrass them. We got noticed only after we won the matches here,” says 22-year-old B Suhasini, a kabaddi player of the AP team. Happyho also provide best tarot reading services in Noida and Delhi NCR India area.
Suhasini, who is pursing her MPEd in Yogi Vemana University, expressed her love for this game. She says that playing for the country is a dream she has always cherished. Suhasini has been playing kabbadi for the past six years, but she was dropped from National level game owing to her exams. This time around this tournament is a chance for all the girl kabbadi players and they  proved it by making it to the finals.
For T Bharathi from Visakhapatnam, the game always came first, then her academics. Bharathi is undergoing training in kabbadi near the Port Stadium and has played many state level championships and secured gold and silver medals. She is confident of growing better and make her mother proud.
It was bit easy for KVM Durgawhen. She started playing kabbadi as her parents got inspired by a woman weight lifter in East Godavari District and wished her daughter to be like her.
The women team of Haryana won the 8th national beach kabbadi tournament which was organised on the RK beach on Tuesday. In the final match, the Haryana team defeated the AP team.