In a video released on the official social media accounts of his Indian Premier League (IPL) club, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), star Australia National Cricket Team batting all-rounder Glenn Maxwell revealed the biggest error of his cricketing career.
Glenn Maxwell was purchased for INR 14.25 crore by the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 auction, and he went on to score 513 runs at an average of 42.75 and a strike rate of 144.10. With his off-spin, he was also able to take three wickets.
The Royal Challengers Bangalore retained him ahead of the Indian Premier League 2022 mega auction for INR 11 crore, along with Virat Kohli and Mohammed Siraj, after his outstanding performance in the Indian Premier League 2021.
In the 15th edition of the Indian Premier League, the Australian all-rounder had a strong showing, scoring 301 runs at an average of 27.36 and a strike rate of 169.10. He also took 7 wickets for his team.
Glenn Maxwell revealed the biggest mistake of his career when speaking on the RCB Podcast. He admitted to taking his talent and abilities for granted and not taking a few events properly.
“I probably didn’t take a few tournaments as seriously as I should have.” I’m sure I squandered some of my time.
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“I wasn’t as concentrated or driven to be the best or whatever.” I was only there to balance the books. And there were times when I was called upon after the fact, and I was most likely unprepared.
“And, as I previously stated, they are all of the learning opportunities I’ve had over the years.” I absolutely took my talent and expertise for granted, that’s all,” he remarked in a clip from the podcast published by the Royal Challengers Bangalore on their official Twitter account.
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Meanwhile, Maxwell has played 116 One-Day Internationals and scored 3230 runs at an average of 34.4 and a strike rate of 125.4, having been a member of Australia’s victorious 50-over and 20-over World Cup squads.
He has scored 1982 runs in 84 T20Is, with an average of 31.0 and a strike rate of 154.0. He has also appeared in seven Tests, scoring 339 runs at an average of 26.1.