IPL 2023: Royal Challengers Bangalore star Glenn Maxwell shares his health replace
The sixteenth version of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 has been the discuss of the city for numerous causes, and the damage of sure star gamers can be sadly one among them. Whereas the cricket lovers are desperately ready for the marquee occasion to start, they suffered just a few main setbacks forward of the upcoming event as a number of the outstanding gamers pulled out of the cash-rich league that begins on March 31.
The most recent damage replace got here from Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) camp when star Australia participant Glenn Maxwell talked brazenly about his health. Talking on the RCB Daring Diaries concerning his damage, Maxwell acknowledged that it could take months for him to get well utterly. Nonetheless, the Aussie all-rounder clarified that he’s match sufficient to participate in IPL 2023 and is happy in regards to the forthcoming occasion.
“Within the final couple of years, that’s the whole lot that gamers have talked about, so lastly to get again right here after a few years, it’s very thrilling and we’re all fairly pumped to play in entrance of our house followers lastly. The legs are okay. It’s alright. It’s nonetheless going to be a few months earlier than I’m at my 100% however hopefully, it’s ok to get by this event and nonetheless do the job. See you all on the Chinnaswamy stadium,” mentioned Maxwell.
Notably, RCB bought Maxwell within the 2021 gamers’ public sale for a whopping worth of INR 14.25 crore and retained him forward of the 2022 mega public sale.
Maxwell’s well being could be a giant concern for the Bangalore-based franchise as their pacer Josh Hazlewood is already uncertain to take part in IPL 2023. In the meantime, the general checklist of unfit gamers which have pulled out of the league options the likes of Jonny Bairstow, Kyle Jamieson, Prasidh Krishna and lots of different outstanding names.
The Faf du Plessis-led aspect will begin their IPL 2023 marketing campaign in opposition to Mumbai Indians (MI) on April 2.