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July 15, 1986
Sardar Singh is an Indian professional hockey player, who has been playing for the national hockey team of India since 2006. He was elected as the captain of the Indian national team in 2008 and became the youngest captain of the hockey team in the history of the sport.
However, he announced his retirement from the international hockey field 2 years later in September 2018. He assisted his squad to win its several gold medals at the international level since the 2007 Asia Cup and ended up with the Champions Trophy in 2018.
He started playing hockey during his school days and made his domestic debut in the Poland Tour 2003-2004 with the Indian Junior Team. His head-turning performance soon led him to the national team of India and he made his international debut in 2006 with the Bilateral Series against Pakistan.
He is one of the famous field hockey players of this country and mostly noted for his midfield expertise during a match. He led India to win its numerous achievements and medals in his one and half decade long career span. In HIL franchise, he represents Delhi Waveriders team sometimes played for the Haryana State team in the national-level matches.
(as Compiled by Madhushree Das Ghosh)
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