The player of T20 and ODI, made a record in the first century itself, is making a comeback from mental illness. Glenn maxwell born on this day know about his career and journey

T20 and ODI player, record made in first century itself, making a comeback from mental illness

Glenn Maxwell’s name is taken in the stormy batsmen.

At present, if the stormy batsmen are named, then Glenn Maxwell will be involved in it. Being on the wicket of this batsman brings worry lines on the forehead of the bowlers. With his stormy innings, this batsman makes a lot of runs. Ever since this batsman has stepped into the world of cricket, he has been making a constant splash. The talk of Maxwell is because today is Maxwell’s birthday. This right-handed player was born on 14 October 1988 in Melbourne. Maxwell has established himself as a limited overs batsman. He has not been successful in the test.

There are many proofs of Maxwell’s stormy batting, but an innings played in the 2015 World Cup is the most talked about. He scored a 51-ball century against Sri Lanka at the Sydney Cricket Ground and is the second fastest century in the ODI World Cup, as well as the fastest century for Australia in ODIs. This was Maxwell’s first ODI century. He has scored only two centuries in his ODI career. Apart from this, against England, he scored the second century of his ODI career in 2020. Maxwell scored 108 runs in this match. Maxwell has 22 half-centuries in ODIs.

More centuries in T20 than in ODIs

Maxwell’s stormy style can be gauged from one more thing. In T20, this player has played 72 matches and scored three centuries. Apart from this, 22 half-centuries have been scored. His highest score in T20 is 145. He has scored 1,780 runs in this format. He has 3230 runs in ODIs. His Test career has not been very successful. He has scored only one century in seven matches and has scored a total of 339 runs.

victims of mental illness

Maxwell is a great player, known for his cheerful style but this player has also been troubled by mental illness. Maxwell has been troubled by mental illness in 2019. He also took a break of two months due to this. He spoke openly on this issue. He fought well with this disease and made a great comeback. He recently played for Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL-2021 and had a strong performance. This season Maxwell played 15 matches and scored a total of 513 runs and scored half-centuries. Maxwell was counted among those players, so he used to take big money every time in the IPL but his bat remained calm. However, this time he has removed this tag on him.

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