Glenn Maxwell: Said a big thing in IPL – ‘As long as I can walk, I will keep playing IPL…’

An all-rounder player retained for the Indian Premier League 2024 has given a big statement regarding this league. In fact, Australia’s lethal batsman Glenn Maxwell has said, “He will continue to play IPL as long as he can.” Maxwell was an important part of Australia’s 2023 World Cup-winning team. He has won many matches for the team. His franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore has retained him ahead of IPL 2024.

Maxwell will play for RCB

Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has said that he will continue playing in the IPL, the world’s biggest cricket league, as long as he is able to walk. The 35-year-old Maxwell was one of Australia’s recent World Cup winners. He will play for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League next year. He said, “IPL will probably be the last tournament I play in. I will continue playing IPL as long as I can.

IPL played a huge role in my career

He said, “IPL has played a huge role in my career. The people I’ve met, the coaches I’ve played under, the international players I’ve played with. I have benefited a lot from this. He said, “You are getting a chance to play with players like AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli for two months. You can talk to him while watching the second match. What could be a better learning opportunity than this?

IPL should be played before the World Cup

Maxwell believes that Australian cricketers should play in the IPL before the T20 World Cup to be held in America and West Indies next year. He said, “It is expected that a lot of Australian players will play IPL. The conditions will be similar to West Indies and the ball will keep rotating. Glenn Maxwell will be seen captaining Melbourne Stars against Brisbane Heat in the first match of the Big Bash League.

(With inputs from PTI)

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