Glenn Maxwell, Full name is Glenn James Maxwell. He is an International cricketer, who played for the Australia National Cricket team. He is a Right-handed middle-order batsman and right-handed off-break bowler and is called an all-rounder. He plays well as a hitter batsman.
AGE & HEIGHT
Maxwell was born on 14 October 1988 in Kew, Victoria. And his height is 182 cm (6ft).
MAXWELL” S WIFE
Glenn Maxwell’s wife’s name is Vini Raman. Vinny Raman is a pharmacist, born and raised in Melbourne. She was From South India, a Hindu family. In 2019, Glenn Maxwell rose to fame after attending the Australian Cricket Awards hand in hand with his girlfriend. His favorite pastimes include swimming, traveling, and watching live matches from the stadium.
Glenn Maxwell’s father’s name is Neil Maxwell, mother’s name is Joy Maxwell.
He has one brother and one sister. His brother’s name is Daniel Maxwell, and his sister’s name is Lisa Maxwell.
CHILD LIFE & DOMESTIC CRICKET
Maxwell was selected in first-class cricket for Victoria against NSW in 2010–11. In that match, he took 38 runs, two wickets, and two catches. He then scored a 19-ball 51 against Tasmania in the Ryobi Cup. It was the fastest half-century in Australian domestic one-day cricket.
He was then Man of the Series against South Australia in two matches with 233 and 403 runs and three catches. In two matches against Queensland, he scored 38 and 61, which were the highest scores of the innings.
In the 2011 Emerging Players Tournament, Maxwell scored 59 runs off 23 balls in a game against India and then scored 110 off 52 balls against South Africa.
Maxwell started the 2011–12 season well. He had a good batting record with 92 runs against New South Wales. Maxwell took 2 wickets for 30 runs and 3 wickets for 36 runs in the two matches against Tasmania but did not make good runs with the bat. He had a good batting performance against Western Australia, he scored 61 and 72 and took two wickets. In the second Victoria-WA cricket, he scored 43 and 0 and took two wickets. Maxwell scored 26 and 43 against New South Wales.
SELECTION INTERNATIONAL TEAM
In 2012, Maxwell was selected for Australia’s one-day international against Afghanistan in the United Arab Emirates. In the first match, he scored 2 runs and took 0 wickets. In his second ODI match, against Pakistan, he scored 38 runs off 38 balls, helping Australia win by 5 wickets and 121 runs. His cricket career started from there.
Maxwell players in all formats test, one day, and t20. Also, he plays well at a good batting strict rate.
Maxwell is a right-handed middle-order batsman. And off break bowler Here all the batting records are followed-
ONE DAY INTERNATIONAL
Maxwell plays well in ODI matches as a finisher batsman and off-break bowler.
Maxwell is a hitter batsman in t20 cricket. He plays as a game-changer player.