Glenn James Maxwell, an all-rounder and the main player of Australia and Royal Challengers Bangalore teams, said the injury in his left leg is fully healed, but it will take a few months to recover. Last November, just a day after Australia was knocked out from home at the T20 World Cup, the RCB star broke his left fibula in a horrific incident at a friend’s birthday party.

Serious injuries require immediate surgery and a long recovery period. Maxwell recently returned to the ODI team, which won the three-game series 2-1 against India, and now the batsman is looking to play for RCB at their home ground, Chinnaswamy Cricket Stadium, for the first time in two years.

Early life of Glenn Maxwell

Maxwell was born in Kew, Victoria, and played football for South Belgrave CC.  Maxwell was born on October 14, 1988; He is 35 years old now. He started cricket as a fast bowler and then renewed his approach and became a spinner. However, it has a powerful deception and is launched to disrupt the run.  Glenn Maxwell is an Australian cricketer who plays for Bangalore in the Indian  Premier League. Glenn Maxwell is a versatile player, a right-handed batsman, and, a bowler from Melbourne, Victoria.


International Career

On August 25, 2012, he played his first game in the UAE against the cricket team representing Afghanistan. He contributed a lot to the country’s victory in the second ODI, before throwing his first half-century on the world stage.

Here you can see the other achievements:

  • On September 5, 2012, Maxwell played against Pakistan in their first T20I match of the same round. Shortly thereafter, he was selected to represent Australia at the 2012 ICC World Twenty20. He has been selected to travel to India, where it has to conduct its first Test on 2 March. It didn’t live up to his expectations, so he didn’t have much of a chance in the long run.
  • He was selected for the 2013 ICC Champions Cup. Australia scored 61 points in multiple games before being sacked early. After his performance at the 2014 IPL, he was included in the 2014 ICC World Twenty20 roster. Astonishingly, he scored 147 points in 210 hits and was selected by the ICC to the All-Match Committee.
  • Glenn started his first T20I hits against Sri Lanka in 2016, making 100 rounds, becoming the first batsman to do so. He hit 65 balls 145*, the second highest by any player at the time. The team’s best in the T20Is, Australia’s score of 263/6 was the result of the strokes. He came out of a spectacular 2016 with another Allen Frontier Medal for being the Male ODI Player of the Year.
  • Maxwell played his first game against India in India in 2017, he became the second Australian (after Sean Watson) and thirteenth batsman to set international century records in all three formats.
  • He played only one ICC Champions Cup match in the same year. Maxwell was named Male T20I Player of the Year by Cricket Australia at the 2019 Allan Border Awards.
  • In 2019, in the T20 series against India, Maxwell played the well-known game. Two years later, the T20 World Cup is back in 2021. I wanted to make this a big event but it didn’t happen! Just 68 points in five games, only 30 or more.
  • Australian power shots also had a rough year. In 15 T20Is, he averaged 15 points and nearly 200 laps. In the ODI format, he collected just under 300 runs and averaged 30 runs with just 50 points to his credit.

Maxi’s IPL career

Versatile Glenn Maxwell is one of the best players RCB had to retain ahead of IPL 2022. Glenn Maxwell has been retained for INR 11 crore. In the 2021 league, Maxwell has 513 points with a 144.10 percent shooting rate in 15 games. Undisputedly, Glenn Maxwell set the shortest pace of the game with his batting skills and power.

We hope players like him should to be appreciated.

Maxwell is the greatest batsman who has garnered a lot of attention at IPL auctions even in 2023. A good fielder who can help out from the outside shot, the Australian will play as a soaring player in the line-up. One of his best seasons came in 2014 when Maxwell partnered with David Miller to beat Kings of Punjab. he’s back at KXIP. Maxwell was launched by Punjab Kings (later KXIP) ahead of the 2021 League, latter he was later bought by RCB for a massive 142.5 INR on a player’s deal.