Star Australian cricketer Glenn Maxwell has mentioned that the Indian Premier League had a significant impression on his life and it has modified him as an individual and a cricketer.
Maxwell was purchased by Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) franchise throughout the Indian Premier League 2021 public sale for INR 14.25 crores. He carried out exceptionally beneath the management of Virat Kohli and emerged as the best run-getter for RCB within the 14th version of the cash-rich league with 513 runs in his bag.
In the meantime, Maxwell has mentioned that the Indian Premier League has helped him to fulfill among the individuals he has admired.
“The IPL has modified my life in an incredible approach that I’ve been capable of meet a few of my heroes, among the individuals I’ve admired taking part in for and towards. IPL has modified me as a cricketer, modified me as an individual,” he mentioned.
I owe the IPL a hell of lots – Glenn Maxwell
The 33-year-old added that he owes the Indian Premier League “a hell of lots” as a result of it has helped him develop as a global cricketer and adapt to completely different conditions.
“I most likely wasn’t as culturally conscious as a younger participant about India. The people who I’ve met, the issues that I’ve discovered from the IPL have helped me as a cricketer and extra importantly as an individual”, mentioned Maxwell whereas talking to Danish Sait on the RCB Podcast.
“I owe the IPL a hell of lots as a result of it has additionally helped me as a global cricketer. I’ve been capable of adapt to completely different conditions which I by no means thought I might do ever”, he added.
The explosive Australian batsman has been retained by the Royal Challengers Bangalore franchise forward of the Indian Premier League 2022.
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