Glenn Maxwell Networth, Age, Height, Wife, Religion Bio & More

Glenn Maxwell
Bio/Wiki
NicknamesThe Big Show
Maxi
ProfessionAustralian Cricketer
RoleAll-rounder
Full NameGlenn James Maxwell
Physical States & More
Height (approx)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
Weight(approx.)in Kilogram-  73 kg
in Pounds- 161 Ibs
Eye colorLight Blue
Hair ColorBlack
Hair StyleSimple
Personal Life
Date of birth14 October 1988
NationalityAustralian
Age35 Years
ReligionChristianity
LanguageEnglish
BirthplaceKew, Victoria, Australia
GenderMale
Food HabitNon-vegetarian
Home townMelbourne, Australia
CollegeNot Available
Coach/MentorJustin Langer
Famous ForAl Rounded performance in Cricket
Favourite ShotSwitch Hit
Reverse Sweep Six
Nature on fieldVery Aggressive
Like playing againstIndia and England
HobbiesPlaying Cricket
Listening music
Gym
Spending Time with family
Celebrated NameMaxwell
Zodiac signLibra
Relationship and Love Life:
Marital StatusMarried
Affair /GirlfriendJayne Egeberg
Candiance Wayattb (partner, Journalist & New Presenter)
Vini Raman
Marriage Date18 March 2022
Family:
Wife/SpouseVini Raman (Pharmacist; a Melbourne-based Indian girl)
Glenn Maxwell Height, Religion, Affair, Batting, Net Worth, Family and More
FamilyFather– Neil Maxwell
Mother– Joy Maxwell
Glenn Maxwell Height, Religion, Affair, Batting, Net Worth, Family and More
SiblingsBrother– Daniel Maxwell
ChildrenSon– Logan Maverick Maxwell (born on 11 September 2023)
FatherNeil Maxwell
Grand FatherNone
Sister NameNot Available
Favorites:
Favorite BatsmanVirat Kohli
Favorite BowlerShane Warne
Favorite SportsCricket
Tennis
Baseball
Favorite FoodIndian Cuisine
Butter Chicken
Favorite PetsDogs
Favorite Holiday DestinationAustralian Beaches
Perth
Favorite Mobile PhoneIphone
Favorite ColorYellow
Sexual orientationStraight
About Profession:
International Debut2012
Clubs/Team(s) Australian National Cricket Team
Kings XI Punjab
Melbourne Stars
Royal Challengers Bangalore
Jersey Number #32
PositionMiddle Order Batsman
Sometimes play as an opener
Batting StyleRight Arm Batsman
Bowling StyleRight arm Off- Break
StrengthsBatting Strengths
Batting Timing
Aggression
Play according to match conditions
Good record against both pace and spin
Shot Accuracy
Running Speed
Gap Finding
Aggressive Hitting
Coach/Mentor Justin Langer
Career Turning Point Performance in Under 19 World Cup
Selection in Australian National Cricket Team
Social Media:
Instagram@gmaxi_32
Twitter@Gmaxi_32
Facebook@Glenn Maxwell
Money Factor:
Net Worth$12 Million
Salary$250,000/Year
INR 9+ Crores IPL Salary
Income SourcesNational Team Salary
IPL Contracts
Investments
Style Quotients:
Cars CollectionAudi A8
Glenn Maxwell Cars
Mustang
Range Rover

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.

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