Glenn Maxwell, the master blaster from Australia who won the World Cup, has stated he will amuse IPL spectators until he “can’t walk anymore”.
However, the famous all-rounder is already planning to make it two for Australia in the T20 World Cup. He will take place in the United States and the West Indies next year.
Maxwell will captain the Melbourne Stars in Thursday night’s Big Bash League opener against Brisbane at the Gabba. Having rested for a week following his return from India.
In order to prepare for the T20 World Cup in June, the 35-year-old. Who will play for Royal Challengers Bangalore once more in the upcoming season. Wants as many Australians as possible to obtain IPL experience.
Maxwell Play IPL T20 World Cup
Maxwell stated at Melbourne Airport on Wednesday. I will likely play the IPL until I am unable to walk any more, making it my final tournament.
“I was discussing how beneficial the Indian Premier League (IPL) has been to me over the course of my career. Including the individuals I’ve met, the coaches I’ve worked under, and the international players I get to interact with.
You spend two months observing other games and conversing with both AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli. For any athlete, it’s simply the greatest educational opportunity.
We’re hoping that many of our Australian players will be able to travel to the Indian Premier League and work in circumstances that are a little bit drier and spinnier than in the West Indies.
Following their thrilling triumph over India in the ODI World Cup final last month, Australia’s white-ball team is still flying high. Australia was not able to replicate their 2021 victory at the T20 World Cup. When they hosted the competition the previous year.
However, the men’s national team now has a chance to emulate England’s feat by simultaneously winning the 20-over and 50-over titles.
We all discussed shifting our attention to the upcoming World Cup as soon as we won this one, Maxwell added. what is coming up? I hope that the BBL’s summer will be incredibly interesting.
Hopefully, there will be a slight emphasis placed on making the appropriate kind of headlines and working hard to secure those slots.