|The Big Show
|Glenn James Maxwell
|Physical States & More
|in centimeter- 180 cm
in meter- 1.80 m
in feet inches- 5’11”
|Body measurements (approx)
|Chest – 40 In
Waist – 32 In
Biceps – 14 In
|in Kilogram- 73 kg
in Pounds- 161 Ibs
|Date of birth
|14 October 1988
|Kew, Victoria, Australia
|Al Rounded performance in Cricket
Reverse Sweep Six
|Nature on field
|Like playing against
|India and England
Spending Time with family
|Relationship and Love Life:
Candiance Wayattb (partner, Journalist & New Presenter)
|18 March 2022
|Vini Raman (Pharmacist; a Melbourne-based Indian girl)
|Father– Neil Maxwell
Mother– Joy Maxwell
|Brother– Daniel Maxwell
|Son– Logan Maverick Maxwell (born on 11 September 2023)
|Favorite Holiday Destination
|Favorite Mobile Phone
|Australian National Cricket Team
Kings XI Punjab
Royal Challengers Bangalore
|Middle Order Batsman
Sometimes play as an opener
|Right Arm Batsman
|Right arm Off- Break
Play according to match conditions
Good record against both pace and spin
|Career Turning Point
|Performance in Under 19 World Cup
Selection in Australian National Cricket Team
INR 9+ Crores IPL Salary
|National Team Salary
Some Lesser Known Facts About Glenn Maxwell:
- Glenn Maxwell is an Australian All Rounder Born on 12 October 1988 in Kew, Victoria Australia.
- He did not smoke.
- However, he drink while hanging out and partying out with friends and while celebrating victories like World Cups and The Ashes.
- His Nickname is The Big Show, because of his aggressive hitting and turning the match one sided.
- Apart from his explosive batting, Maxwell is also a handy off-spin bowler. He can contribute effectively with the ball in limited-overs cricket.
- He is also part of the team that won CWC 2015, T20I World Cup 2021.
- He also won several man of the match and man of the series awards.
- His reverse swipe six make him 360 player who can play every side of the ground.
- Glenn Maxwell make his T20I debut against India In Hyderabad in 2013.
- Despite International Cricket he also play in Indian Premier League for multiple teams like Kings XI Punjab, royal Challengers Bangalore and also for Delhi Capitals.
- In 2014, Maxwell set a record for the fastest fifty in Australian One-Day Internationals, reaching 50 in just 18 balls against India.
- In October 2019, Maxwell took a break from cricket to deal with mental health issues.
- Maxwell was awarded the Allan Border Medal in 2014 for being Australia’s best international cricketer. He has also won the Australian T20I Player of the Year award.