Parteek Dahiya has emerged as a pivotal player for the Gujarat Giants since joining the team in season 9 of the Pro Kabaddi League (PKL). His exceptional performances were instrumental in the team’s journey to the playoffs, especially his matches against the Bengal Warriors, where he recorded the highest points by any player that season.

Parteek's journey into Kabaddi started with inspiration from his uncle, Deepak Niwas Hooda, who played in PKL season 3. Despite being a bright student, Parteek was persuaded by his uncle to pursue a career in Kabaddi, a decision that has paid off handsomely. Initially, Parteek played as a right-corner defender under the mentorship of his uncle and coach Jagmohan Narwal. Over time, he transitioned to focusing on raiding from the left side, showcasing his versatility on the court.

Parteek has participated in numerous tournaments, including Khelo India and the Junior and Senior Nationals. Representing Haryana, he has won gold medals, further establishing his reputation in the sport. Coming from a family with a strong sports background, his sister is also an accomplished athlete, excelling in boxing.

Parteek's debut in the K7 Qualifiers was nothing short of spectacular. In his first game, he scored 20 points, followed by another 20 points in the subsequent match. Over the course of three games, he amassed an impressive 55 points for his team, demonstrating his potential early on.

Despite facing personal challenges, such as losing his father to Covid-19, Parteek remained dedicated to his passion for Kabaddi. His resilience and determination were evident when the Gujarat Giants picked him for the 9th season of PKL. Parteek repaid their faith with a scintillating season, scoring 183 points, which made the Kabaddi world take notice of his talent.

Recognizing his outstanding performance, the Gujarat Giants retained him for the 10th season of PKL. Parteek continued his stellar form, notably scoring 25 points in a single game against the Bengal Warriors and reaching a milestone of 200 raid points for the season. His brilliant performance in the reverse fixture against the Bengal Warriors, where he scored 13 points, helped secure a crucial win for the team. Additionally, he achieved 9 Super Raids, the joint-most in the 10th season of PKL.

Parteek Dahiya's journey from a promising young defender to a star raider in the Pro Kabaddi League is a testament to his hard work and dedication. His ability to overcome personal adversity and excel on the professional stage has made him one of the standout players in the league. Fans and teammates alike look forward to witnessing more of his outstanding performances in the upcoming seasons, as he continues to be a key asset for the Gujarat Giants.