Glenn Maxwell, a star all-rounder for Australia and Royal Challengers Bangalore. He has stated that although his left leg injury has healed, it will still be “a number of months” before he is fully healthy and ready for the upcoming IPL season. A horrific accident occurred at a friend’s birthday party just days after Australia was eliminated from the T20 World Cup at home in November of last year, leaving the RCB player with a broken left fibula.
The severe injuries necessitated immediate surgery and a protracted period of recovery. Maxwell recently made a comeback to the ODI team, which went on to defeat India 2-1 in a three-match series. The cricketer is now eager to return to RCB’s home field of the Chinnaswamy Stadium for the first time in almost two years. Prior to the start of the IPL season on March 31, RCB posted a video on social media in which Maxwell was heard saying. “The leg is fine. It will take me a few months before I’m fully recovered.”
The 34-year-old continued by saying that he hopes to work for RCB after his injury recovery.
Hopefully, the leg will be strong enough to last the entire tournament and still perform well. After playing in bio-bubbles for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The IPL 2023 is scheduled to return to the home-and-away format. Maxwell said he was excited to play in front of the home crowd.
During the previous IPL season, he played in 13 matches, scoring 301 runs and claiming 6 wickets.