One of the biggest hard-hitters in world cricket Glen Maxwell made his international on August 25 2012, against Afghanistan in an ODI match. Apart from his power game, Maxwell's ability to hit unconventional shots made him an instant hit in world cricket. Maxwell name came into limelight when he scored a 19-ball half-century for Victoria against Tasmania in 2010-11 the power show which he later converted into the big stage for Australian team. The 'Big Show' was also the integral part of the Aussie squad in 2015 ICC ODI World Cup glory. In the big stage tournament, he smashed a 51-ball century against Sri Lanka at the SCG, the fastest for Australia in ODIs and the second-quickest in World Cup history.read more
Haris Rauf revealed that Maxwell went out of the way to support him right through the course of the tournament and that led to him picking 20 wickets in his maiden BBL campaign.
With the COVID-19 outbreak forcing a cricket shutdown in UK until May 28, means the trioka will not be able to play for the club this season.
Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has said that the IPL can survive without fans.
Glenn Maxwell's fiancee Vini also proceeded to answer a few questions about their relationships in the second image in her Instagram post.
Australia's Glenn Maxwell posted a video taking a dig at 'trick shot' videos.
Post 2019 World Cup, Maxwell battled with mental health issues and had to take a break from the game.
Cricket Australia has not directed the players officially with its chief executive Kevin Roberts on Tuesday saying that players were individually contracted to their IPL teams and can make up their own minds to compete in the 2020 IPL or not.
Pictures of Maxwell with Vini from their engagement ceremony emerged on social media where the Australian cricketer was spotted sporting a "sherwani" and a "tilak" on his forehead.
Glenn Maxwell played for Lancashire across formats in the 2019 season, that saw them earn promotion back to the first division of County Championships.
Vini Raman, 26, was born and brought up in Melbourne and traces her roots back to India and is a Melbourne-based pharmacist by profession.
Glenn Maxwell picked up an injury during the fag end of BBL 09 season and will have surgery on the joint on Thursday in Melbourne.
Maxwell last played for Australia in October before taking a break from cricket, citing mental health issues. He returned to action in the BBL for the Melbourne Stars.
Glenn Maxwell had earlier admitted that he was mentally and physically ruined before he decided to take a break where he spent time with friends and family.
The first part of his innings was awaited game as witnessed the required run rate to soar over 12 before he unleashed an array of seven jaw-dropping sixes down the leg side, adding 49 off his final 16 deliveries en route to his unbeaten knock of 83 off 45 balls
Among the cricketers, Lynn was the first one to take the initiative that he will donate 250 Australian Dollar for every six he hits in the BBL 2019/20.
Glenn Maxwell was seen running on a street with a fire extinguisher in his hand and putting off the small fire in Launceston.
Returning to action after taking a break to focus on his mental health, Maxwell once again showed just why he is considered one of the most devastating batsmen in T20 cricket as he smashed seven boundaries and five sixes during his stay at the crease.
Glenn Maxwell, who has not been considered for the next month's ODI series against, returned to Kings XI Punjab for Rs 10.75 crore.
62 players were brought on Thursday at the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 auction in Kolkata with exactly 144.30 crores, however, it was the Australian cricketers who left with hefty contracts
Kings XI Punjab spent INR 10.75 crore to acquire the services of Australia's destructive all-rounder Glenn Maxwell at the IPL 2020 Auction.