Glen Maxwell

The Indian Premier League is one of the most sought-after cricket tournaments in India. Started in 2008, the once humble cricket tournament has now become a full-blown fest of cricketing joy. Millions of fans all over the world wait the entire year to watch the matches and support their favorite teams. Not only is it wildly popular in India, but viewers from around the world also enjoy the league just as much. With participation from cricketers all over the world, there is much diversity in the teams participating in IPL so you definitely should deposit money on some bookmaker’s sites. 

Every avid cricket fan wants to know the fresh ipl news for this year. IPL fans are always on the hunt for the latest news, so undoubtedly fresh ipl news is in demand. Fans who want to know every detail are curious about fresh ipl news for this year, even more so because of the coronavirus pandemic. The ongoing pandemic has made things difficult and uncertain for the tournament and authorities are taking all kinds of precautions to ensure everyone’s safety. 

Amidst the pandemic, the IPL teams have arrived in India and kickstarted their practice. The teams are moving in biosecure bubbles to ensure the safety of the players and staff. The Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell recently said that being confined to these bio bubbles can be a ‘nightmare’ and that cricketers are leading a ‘difficult lifestyle’ right now in order to keep doing their job. He admitted that such a lifestyle in the pandemic can take a toll on the players, physically and mentally. 


“It’s very difficult (to move from one bubble to another). You are being sheltered from people outside your bio-secure bubble and you get stuck into this never-ending nightmare where you are living the same day over and over again,” Glenn said in an interview released by his IPL franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore on their YouTube channel. “You almost tend to forget how to have a normal conversation with the outside world. That can be very hard mentally and is a massive challenge. But it’s great to be back playing and to be able to do our jobs and entertain people. But it’s still a difficult lifestyle at the moment,” said Maxwell. “It does put a strain on a lot of relationships as well. You need your support networks to get you through those tough times.” 

While discussing the upcoming IPL season and sports betting, Maxwell said he couldn’t care less for all the buzz about his huge price tag despite his underwhelming past performances. He is excited about living his dream of playing with Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers. Despite his underwhelming outings in the last two seasons, Maxwell earned well again in this year’s auction when RCB signed him for a whopping Rs 14.25 crore. 

RCB is set to take on the defending champion MI in the first match of the tournament in Chennai on Friday. Glenn said his experience of playing in India could be beneficial for team captain Kohli and help in RCB’s quest to lift the IPL cup this year.