Deepak belonged to a middle class family. His father was a farmer and his mother died when he was 4 years old. His financial background was unstable and as a result he had to quit studies after his 12th. He saw Amit Hooda and other players who used to play Kabaddi for many years.
He somehow got inspired from them and decided to choose Kabaddi as his future. This decision helped Deepak a lot as it also improved his financial condition.
He is one of the most capable all-rounders, and his rise has been meteoric.
There were many job opportunities to Kabaddi Players and that assisted Deepak in his life.
Deepak is extremely down to earth and knows what it takes to reach the level where he is today.
He has faced extreme hardships and has done a lot of sacrifices to be successful.
Today what he is happy about is that people respect him and love him for the way he plays.
He never runs behind money, but always try to display the best possible to bring glory to his team.
He is a Do-or-Die raid specialist and often showcases his great capacity to handle pressure.
Hooda also has 14 Super 10s, the fifth-most in the league.
Playing for the country is everybody’s dream and Deepak follows the same dream.
He was part of the 2016 World Cup winning Kabaddi Team.
|World Cup||Asian Games|
|Ahmedabad 2016||Jakarta 2018|
|South Asian Games|
|PKL Season||Raid Points (Rank)||Super 10s|
|1095||TOTAL RAIDS||166||TOTAL TACKLES|
|423||SUCCESSFUL RAIDS||58||SUCCESSFUL TACKLES||2||GREEN CARDS|
|202||UNSUCCESSFUL RAIDS||108||UNSUCCESSFUL TACKLES||0||YELLOW CARDS|
|470||EMPTY RAIDS||0||RED CARDS|
At the end of PKL Season 5