Glenn Maxwell, one of the quickest scorers in world cricket, has lit up the limited-overs forms and proved he can convert it to the red ball on occasion. Opposing bowlers and captains are concerned about more than simply his strength. It’s difficult to create fields to cover all of his scoring areas because of his ability to make unusual shots look normal – reverse sweeps and pulls, for example. His daring comes with a price, and he can frustrate as well as excite, but at his best, he can turn a game around in a matter of seconds.
In 2017-18, his career took a turn for the worst when he was omitted from the ODI team and then urged by new Australia coach Justin Langer to “go and hit hundreds” without appearing to be given the opportunity. On trips to India and the United Arab Emirates, he re-established himself in ODI and T20I teams, scoring some brilliant innings. In Bangalore, he helped Australia chase down 194 with his third T20I century.
When things fall into place, he delivers a remarkable package in one-day and T20 cricket, as well as a useful offspinner and great fielder. He established his mark for Victoria with a 19-ball half-century against Tasmania in 2010-11, which was the quickest half-century in Australia’s domestic one-day history.He hit the fastest 51-ball century for Australia in ODIs and the second-fastest in World Cup history against Sri Lanka at the SCG during the 2015 World Cup.
Maxwell has also been employed in Tests by Australia, although with less success – patience at the crease is not one of his strong suits. He did, however, have the distinction of opening both the batting and bowling in the same Test in Delhi in 2013, as Australia looked for a way to salvage their dismal series. He made his Test debut against India in Ranchi in 2017, but was discarded after the Bangladesh trip in 2017. In the 2017-18 Sheffield Shield, he scored a career-high 278 for Victoria against New South Wales.
Glenn Maxwell Bio
Full Name: Glenn James Maxwell
Born: 14 October 1988 (age 32 years), Kew,Australia
Age: 32 Y
Height: 1.82 m
Role: Batting All Rounder
Education Qualifications: NA
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Glenn Maxwell Personal Life
- Al Jazeera’s documentary implicated Maxwell (without naming him) as a key suspect in suspected match rigging accusations during the 3rd Test match between India and Australia, which took place in Ranchi and in which Glenn Maxwell scored his maiden test century. Maxwell, on the other hand, rejected all of the charges levelled against him, claiming that he didn’t need to do such a thing to ruin a cricket match.
- Glenn got engaged to Vini Raman, an Indian-origin pharmacist in Melbourne, on February 26, 2020, following a two-year relationship.
- Maxwell stated in October 2019 that he will be retiring from cricket owing to mental health concerns.
Glenn Maxwell Net Worth is $12 Million (Rs. 87 Crore) in 2021.
Glenn Maxwell’s Wife/Girlfriend
As of January 2021, the Australian all-rounder is still single. The famous cricketer, on the other hand, is engaged to Vini Raman, his Indian-origin girlfriend, whom many mistake for Glenn Maxwell’s wife.