DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CIRCLE STYLE AND STANDARD STYLE KABADDI
Kabaddi is commonly played in two modes; standard style and circle style. The standard form was brought into the game by the International Kabaddi Federation (IKF), which took the game inside, where it is presently played on kabaddi mats estimating 13 meters by 10 meters. The circle style, however, is the way the game is generally played, where a circle estimating a sweep of 22 meters is utilized as the playing field.
There’s additionally a slight distinction in the number of players for the two forms. Where standard style permits 7 players weighing underneath 80 kilograms onto the tangle, with around 5 substitutes for possible later use, the circle style has 8 players, additionally with 5 substitutes however with no weight limitations.
2020 (Circle Style) Kabaddi World Cup is being held in Pakistan, while the Kabaddi World Cup 2020 (Standard Style) will be hosted by Dubai in the not so distant future. Generally, India has hosted all the circle style world cups—6 altogether till now—with the last one being held in 2016.
RULES OF THE GAME
Kabaddi started in Asia, where its straightforward arrangement required no modern gear and was flawless to be played by the majority. By and large, for the two styles of Kabaddi, the game comprises of two parts, each traversing more than 20 minutes. The two groups get an equivalent possibility at protection and offense on the other hand. The reason for the game is to get the most noteworthy score by either labeling or catching the other group’s players.
The group on the offense is called ‘bandits’ as they traverse the line into their rival’s side of the court, individually, and attempt to tag the same number of the rival players as they can. Nonetheless, just a single pillager must go at once into the rival’s court, and they should go in a particular request that they have chosen previously.
Once in the adversary’s territory, the thief must keep on hollering ‘kabaddi… kabaddi… kabaddi’ boisterously as he labels his adversaries and comes back to his side of the court without getting captured by the rivals. The entirety of this must be done inside 30 seconds, and the game uses a great deal of lungpower, as the looter can’t quit shouting ‘kabaddi’ or calmly inhale in the opponent group’s zone, or else they need to come back to their side of the court promptly, without scoring any focuses. When one bandit restores, the following one gets their opportunity to score a few focuses for the group.
From the side of the safeguards, they should. right off the bat, do whatever it takes not to get labeled out of the ongoing interaction, however, in particular, they should prevent the marauder from effectively coming back to their side of the court. They can do this by either fleeing from the plunderer or handling the looter genuinely. While the protectors are permitted to get the arms and legs of a pillager to stop them, they can’t get a marauder’s garments, head, or hair.
HOW TO SCORE POINTS PLAYING KABADDI?
There are a few different ways to score a point while playing Kabaddi:
- Tag however many rival players as could be expected under the circumstances before effectively coming back to your own side – 1 point for every player labeled.
- In the event that a bandit slowly inhales in the adversary’s playing field – the adversaries score 1 point.
- In the event that the bandits don’t attack in the predetermined grouping – the rival group wins 1 point.
WHEN ARE PLAYERS SENT OUT OF THE GAME?
There are a few reasons why players may be conveyed of the playing field in the wake of being pronounced ‘out’. These include:
- All players of the opponent group that are labeled by a marauder before they come back to their side of the field are considered ‘out’.
- In the event that a bandit is caught on the adversary’s side and can’t come back to their side of the line before he comes up short on breath, the looter is proclaimed ‘out’.
- In the event that any player ventures out of the limit lines of the court, they are ‘out’. In the event that they were pushed or pushed, the individual doing so is ‘out.
- At the point when three back to back thieves are fruitless in labeling an adversary, the third pillager is pronounced ‘out’.
- On the off chance that a safeguard enters the pillagers’ court, the player is proclaimed ‘out’.
Note that players set apart ‘out’ can’t be filled in for the players for possible later use. Substitutions just happen for players that are as yet dynamic in the ongoing interaction.
HOW Might YOU REVIVE PLAYERS IN KABADDI?
Players that are ‘out’ can be brought once more into the game dependent on the accompanying principles:
- At the point when a group sends one player of the rival group ‘out’, the other can ‘restore’ one of their players.
- Players must be restored in the request they left the game. Else, it brings about a point for the rival group.
Kabaddi is a game that calls for nimbleness, snappy reflexes, strong coordination, and great lung limit. The game is played in numerous nations around the world, and the Kabaddi World Cup compensates the triumphant groups well. The Pakistan Kabaddi Federation had pronounced that the circle style Kabaddi World Cup for 2020 will offer Rs. 10 million as a money prize for the triumphant group, Rs. 7.5 million for the next in line group, and Rs. 5 million for the group asserting the third position.