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Glenn Maxwell Biography – Age, Education, Personal Life, Career, Net Worth, Assets and Awards

Glenn Maxwell And His Family

Glenn Maxwell was born on 14 October 1988 in Kew Viktoria, Australia. His father’s name is Neil Maxwell, and his mother’s name is Joy Maxwell. He also has an elder brother, Daniel Maxwell.

Glenn James Maxwell is a Professional cricketer who belongs to Australia. He is now playing for Australia in ODI, Twenty20, and test cricket. He is one of the best players in the World, and his only feedback was he lacks steadiness. He loves to call by the name Maxi.

Age, Physical Appearance and Height

Glenn Maxwell was born on 14 October 1988, and according to the calculation, her current age is 33 years. 

Let’s Talk about his Height, Weight & Physical Status. Fans are also attracted by their Height, Weight & Physical Status. The height of Glenn Maxwell is 182 cm and 1.82 m and feet inches- 6′ 00″. Her weight is in kilograms- 73 kg. Weight.

Glenn Maxwell Waist Size 32 Inches and chest 40 Inches, And biceps 13 Inches. he has black colour hair and light blue colour eyes. 

Education

While at primary school, he was forced to bat left-handed since he was too good and the other boys could not bowl him out.

Glenn Maxwell started playing junior Cricket for the Victorian ‘South Belgrave Cricket Club.’

Personal Life

Glenn Maxwell has quite a colourful dating life linked to many women. He was dating Sonja Steffen in the year 2015.

In 2017, he was rumoured to be dating Australian journalist and TV presenter Candice Wyatt, from whom he split after eight months of romance. At present, he is in a relationship with Jayne Egeberg. It is unclear if they are married.

In 2018, he was indirectly implicated in an Al Jazeera exposé for being part of a match-fixing scandal during the third test match between Australia and India. But he vehemently denied all such allegations.

Career

In July 2009, Glenn Maxwell’s professional cricket career started when he joined the ‘Victoria’ state team.

In January 2010, he played in the ‘Hong Kong Cricket Sixes’ tournament and the ‘Emerging Players Tournament’ for the Australian Institute of Sports. In February 2011, he made his first-class debut playing for ‘Victoria’ against ‘NSW.’ He became an overnight sensation when he hit the fastest-50 in Australian domestic One-Day Cricket during the ‘Ryobi One-Day Cup.’

In 2012, he played two games in the IPL for ‘Delhi Daredevils’ and club cricket for English team ‘South Wilts’ and ‘Hampshire Second XI’. He also played in the ‘ICC World Twenty20’ that year. He made his ODI debut against Afghanistan during Australia’s UAE tour and T20I debut against Pakistan.

In March 2013, he made his test debut against India. He joined the ‘Mumbai Indians in the IPL that year and played in the ‘2013 ICC Champions Trophy.

In 2014, he delivered outstanding performances for his IPL team, ‘Kings XI Punjab’. His form dived into a test series in UAE against Pakistan, but he had better luck in the ODIs. He continued his top-class performance in the ‘2014 ICC World Twenty20′. In 2015, despite his bad form, he was selected for Australia’s ‘2015 ICC Cricket World Cup squad, where he broke made the heads turn with his explosive batting. In the World Cup, he scored a 51-ball century against Sri Lanka at the SCG; it is the fastest century by Australian in ODIs and the second-fastest in World Cup history. However, in the IPL that year, he failed to impress and was eventually dropped from ‘Kings XI Punjab’.

After playing club cricket in England for some time, in the 2015-16 season, Maxwell played ODIs against India, New Zealand, West Indies and South Africa in various international tournaments.

In 2016, after sitting out the Test and ODI matches in Australia’s 2016 Sri Lanka tour, he scored an unbeaten 145 off 65 deliveries against Sri Lanka in a T20I match.

In March 2017, Glenn Maxwell scored his maiden test century against India in Ranchi amidst match-fixing allegations. He also became captain of ‘Kings XI Punjab’ in the 2017 IPL season but failed to mark. During the 2017-18 season, he delivered an outstanding performance in the ‘Big Bash League (BBL) season and helped Australia rack up a win in the ‘Trans-Tasman Tri-Series’ too. He also scored his maiden double century during the ‘Sheffield Shield’ competition in 2017. The ‘Delhi Daredevils’ picked him up for the 2018 IPL season for USD 1.75 million, but he did poorly. In April, he led Australia to a smashing victory over England in the ‘2018 Tri-Series. ‘Cricket Australia gave him a national contract for the 2018-19 season.

After 2017 match-fixing allegations resurfaced, he was dropped from Australia’s 2018 UAE test tour squad but was called in for the T20 matches.

In February 2019, he pulled off a stunning T20 victory for Australia against India with his knockout century and swashbuckling innings.

In March 2019, he played brilliantly during the Pakistan v/s Australia ODI series in UAE.

In April 2019, he was part of Australia’s ‘2019 Cricket World Cup’ squad. He currently plays for the English county cricket team Lancashire County Cricket Club and Melbourne Stars in the Australian Twenty20 competition and first-class Cricket for Victoria.

Net Worth

Glenn Maxwell’s Net Worth is $13 Million. The name describes it all; the most famous athlete in the game of Cricket to reach such a zenith in his career is none other than Glenn Maxwell. Time and again, he has proved that if you have a dream and a desire to fulfill it, nothing can stop you from becoming a world player. Currently, he is one of the best players in the World. The most famous athlete and the highest-paid player love to win each title and work hard to achieve his goal.

Glenn Maxwell Assets:

House: Glenn Maxwell Resides in Australia. He bought this Luxury House. The estimated value of this real estate property is around Rs. 10 Crores INR. He also owns different real-estate properties in different countries.

Awards & Achievements

  • In 2010, Glenn Maxwell won the ‘player of the Tournament award in the ‘Hong Kong Cricket Sixes tournament.
  • In 2011, in the ‘Ryobi One-Day Cup’, he became Australia’s fastest domestic half-century scorer.
  • In 2013, during a match against India, he became the record-holder for the joint-fastest 50 for Australia in ODIs.
  • During the 2014 IPL season, he won the ‘Man of the Match’ award four times.
  • In the ‘2015 ICC Cricket World Cup’, he became the record-holder for the ‘fastest ODI century by an Australian’ and the ‘second-fastest century in World Cup history. He was also presented with the ‘Australian Twenty20 International Player of the Year award.
  • In 2016, he became the first player to hit a century in his maiden T20I match as an opening batsman and had the second-highest individual score in T20I history during Australia’s tour of Sri Lanka. He was also awarded the ‘Australian ODI Player of the Year award.
  • In 2017, during a test match against India in Ranchi, he created history by becoming the second Australian batsman to score centuries in all three formats of Cricket, joining a select club of cricketers who had reached this milestone in their career.
  • In February 2019, during Australia’s T20 tour of India, he was the first Australian and World’s third cricketer to score three T20 centuries. He also won the ‘Man of the Match’ and ‘Man of the Series’ awards in the same series.

Car Collection

  1. BMW 6 Series GT ( Worth Rs. 80 Lac )
  2. Audi Q7 ( Worth Rs. 80 Lac )
  3. Nissan Maxima ( Worth Rs. 30 Lac )
  4. Porsche Cayenne ( Worth Rs. 1.20 Cr. )

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