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“Will Nag Me for the Rest of My Life,” Australia’s Star Said About His Decision Not to Play in India Tests

Glenn Maxwell, a star Australian all-rounder, has stated that the fact that he will not be able to participate in the next tour of India because of a freak injury will “nag me for the rest of my life.”

Maxwell’s participation in a friend’s birthday party in November of the previous year resulted in him breaking the tibula in his left leg. The injury forced him out of action for a period of three months.

Maxwell, who was providing commentary for a Big Bash League match being broadcast on Fox Cricket, stated that the incident “probably will nag at me for the rest of my life.”

“When you’re over there, it’s really enjoyable to be able to see your teammates compete in their games.

I believe that they have the group that is arguably the best one that I’ve seen go over to India since I’ve been watching Tests over there, anyway. At least, that’s my opinion based on my experience.” On February 9, the first test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy will be played in Nagpur. The match will take place there.

At addition to playing in Ahmedabad, New Delhi (February 17-21), and Dharamsala (March 1-5), Australia, who hasn’t won a Test series in India since 2004, will also play in these cities (March 9-13).

After the completion of the Tests, there will be three One-Day Internationals: at Mumbai (March 17), Visakhapatnam (March 19), and Chennai (March 22).

Maxwell will not be available for the Tests, but it is possible that he will play in the short overs series.

“Unfortunately, it does not look like he will be able to make it to the end of the BBL. However, he is approaching his comeback to play with his rehabilitation in a very conscientious manner.

He has spent some time at the St. Kilda Football Club and has accompanied Cricket Victoria to the Junction Oval “Earlier in the month, Melbourne Stars coach David Hussey stated the following to SEN.

“I would venture to say that by the end of January, he may be available or hitting some cricket balls to try and get back to playing some state cricket and Shield cricket in the hopes of getting on that plane for the One-Day tour of India for Australia,” said the commentator. “It’s possible that he will be able to play again.”

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