Australia’s star all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has revealed the biggest mistake of his cricketing career in a video shared by IPL franchise, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).
Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell is arguably one of the most talented 3D players of all time. The 33-year-old all-rounder has represented the Australian team in all three formats of the game and has been active in the Indian Premier League for 8 years. During which he played for Delhi Capitals, Mumbai Indians, Punjab Kings and Royal Challengers Bangalore.
The right-handed batsman, who has batted at different positions throughout his career, has done well in patches but has failed to do full justice to his brilliance. Lack of consistency is the biggest weakness of his game and in a recent video uploaded by his IPL franchise RCB from his official Twitter handle, Maxwell revealed the biggest mistakes of his career and said that he has used his talent and skills. taken lightly.
He said, “Maybe not taking some tournaments as seriously as I probably should have been. I probably just wasted my time a little bit. I wasn’t focused or motivated to be the best. I was just there.” Tha numbers were meant to make up. And there were times when I was called in later, I was probably not ready. And like I said, these are all learning experiences that I’ve had over the years. I definitely took that Granted the talent and skill that I had.
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Glenn Maxwell was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL 2021 auction for Rs 14.25 crore and he performed brilliantly in the tournament by scoring 513 runs at an average of 42.75 and a strike rate of 144.10. He took three wickets this season. The Australian all-rounder did well in the 15th season of the Indian Premier League, scoring 301 runs at an average of 27.36 and a strike rate of 169.10. Also, he took 6 wickets.