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9 Piraisoodan

ind India
Outside Hitter
186 CM
76 KG
Spike Height
338 CM
Block Height
315 CM
Current Team
Chennai Spartans
Rupay Pro Volleyball League
July 19, 1993
The beginning...
Took up the sport in class 7, and in my hometown of Thiruvarur in Tamil Nadu volleyball is very popular. I too wanted to become a volleyball player.
Turning point...
That would be the 2015 U-23 Asian Championship in Myanmar, my first time in India colours. It gave me the confidence that I can go higher.
Biggest influence...
My school coach Jayaprakash, he took a lot of interest in me right from the time when I was young, teaching me the basics, and even now I consult him when it comes to the mental aspects of the sport.
2015 U-23 Asian Championship in Myanmar. Played Senior Nationals continuously for the past six years – first five for Railways and the latest in 2019 for Tamil Nadu.
Most memorable moment...
That would be my first Senior Nationals in Moradabad in 2013, we lost in the quarterfinals. I gained recognition for my game.
On Pro Volleyball League...
Proud to be a part of Chennai Spartans, especially as the team’s from my home state. Our team is a good mix of experience and youth. I firmly believe that the PVL will revolutionise the sport in the country and help broadbase it further.

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