Glenn Maxwell Accident:- Glenn Maxwell met with an accident at a friend’s 50th birthday party in Melbourne. Due to this, his leg is broken and he will now be away from the field for three months due to surgery. Maxwell has been ruled out of the one-day series against England starting this week, with doubts about his inclusion in India’s tour next year. He will have to undergo a long rehabilitation after fracturing his left leg on Saturday.
According to cricket.com.au, Glenn Maxwell and a friend got into a fight while running in the tennis court behind the house on Saturday. After colliding, he slipped and fell. During this, Maxwell’s leg got stuck under the friend. During this, Maxwell’s left leg fibula fractured. He had surgery on Sunday. Neither Maxwell nor the other person is said to have been hurt.
accident after hitting friend
It may be noted that Australia has to play four Tests and three ODIs during the tour of India in February-March next year. In such a situation, Glenn Maxwell’s visit to India is considered suspicious. This all-rounder player may have to undergo rehabilitation for a long time.
Suspect played in Big Bash League
Due to injury, Maxwell has been ruled out of the ODI series against England starting in Adelaide. He may also be ruled out of the Big Bash League, which runs from December 13 to February 4. Australia’s chief selector George Bailey said, “Glenn is feeling good. It was an unfortunate accident and we feel Glenn is unfortunate as he was batting brilliantly in the last few matches.
Let us tell you that for Australia, Maxwell recently scored an unbeaten 54 off 32 balls in the T20 World Cup and helped his team win, although Australia’s journey ended in the group stage in the T20 World Cup itself.