- Glenn Maxwell played his last Test match almost 4 years ago
- Maxwell is now focusing his attention on playing for the Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash League
Australian batsman Glenn Maxwell had a tremendous performance in ODIs and the T20 series against India. He batted Taishi in both the series and led the team to victory. Despite his excellent performance at Limited Overs, Maxwell believes he has no intention of returning to Test cricket.
Glenn Maxwell played his last Test match almost 4 years ago but now he does not want to return to this format. Maxwell is now focusing his attention on playing for the Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash League.
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In a conversation with The West Australian, Glenn Maxwell said, “This thing is not going on in my mind at the moment. He had announced the Test team a long time ago, so now my focus is on the Big Bash team. The ball. I feel pretty good hitting it well. At the crease, I have complete confidence in myself and believe in what I’m doing. ”
Glenn Maxwell did a tremendous performance in the series against India
Let me tell you that Glenn Maxwell was a complete flop in the IPL. He got a chance to play 13 matches but his performance was not good at all. However, when he came to the ground to play for Australia, he performed tremendously and troubled the Indian bowlers in almost all the matches.
His confidence in the series against India would certainly have boosted his confidence for the Big Bash League and this would benefit his team Melbourne Stars immensely. On Friday, Melbourne’s team will begin their campaign against the Brisbane Heat.