Cricket News: Glenn Maxwell hasn’t given up on playing Test cricket. He wants to reclaim his spot in the side. Maxwell revealed that he has been in conversation with selectors over his return to the format. Since 2017, Maxwell hasn’t appeared in the format. When Australia went on a two-Test tour of Bangladesh. Selectors have resorted to deploying since then. In addition, he is a white-ball cricketer, and Maxwell claims that he can adjust to Test cricket. Maxwell stated that he would like to play Test cricket again for Australia. He remains realistic and confident in his ability to re-establish himself on the side. Maintaining that his game is getting better all the time.
“It’s definitely realistic. I think I am probably playing as well as ever have at the moment. I feel really good about my game. I have been able to work on different techniques for different formats, which has really helped going forward. I have been in constant contact with selectors and they have been really clear about if opportunities do pop up then I am ready for red ball,” Maxwell stated.
Cricket News: Furthermore, Glenn Maxwell has 339 runs in seven Tests and has yet to score a century. Maxwell’s first-class statistics are quite encouraging, with an average of 39.81 in 67 games. With a total of 4061 runs, including a personal best of 278. He also stated that he intends to prepare for Australia’s sub-continental journey in 2022. And grab any possibilities that come your way.
Cricket News: “Lastly, next year is obviously a heavy sub-continent tour year. There could be opportunities with guys coming in and out. There is a lot of cricket next year, you don’t want to burn guys out through the season so there could be a host of changes. So I have to make sure I am playing well when they pick those squads in any format,” Maxwell said.