Glenn Maxwell Vows to Spare No Effort in IPL 2024: ‘I Will Give Everything Until I Can’t Walk Anymore’

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As the anticipation for IPL 2024 reaches a fever pitch, Australia all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has offered insights into his preparations for the upcoming cricket extravaganza. The juggernaut, known for his explosive batting and handy off-spin, is gearing up to make a significant impact for his side, Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).

Maxwell’s dynamic style of play and versatility make him a valuable asset, and fans are eager to witness his prowess on the field. With his experience and skill set, he is poised to be a key player for RCB in the forthcoming season, adding to the excitement surrounding IPL 2024.

‘I will play the IPL until I can’t walk anymore’: Glenn Maxwell

Maxwell expressed gratitude for the positive impact of IPL on his career. Highlighting the tournament’s significance, he mentioned the valuable connections, coaching experiences, and interactions with international players. The latter cleared his intention to continue participating in the contest until he can no longer physically contribute, considering it a crucial aspect of his cricketing journey.

“The IPL will probably be the last tournament I ever play, as I will play the IPL until I can’t walk anymore. I was talking about how good the IPL has been to me throughout my career; the people I’ve met, the coaches I have played under, the international players that you get to rub shoulders with, how beneficial to my whole career that tournament has been,” Maxwell said as quoted while talking to the reporters at Melbourne Airport.

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‘Hopefully, a lot of our Australian players can get over to the IPL’: Maxwell

Maxwell further underscored the opportunity to interact with top players like AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli, emphasizing the impact on his skill development. The stalwart expressed hope that Australian players could benefit from participating in the IPL, especially in conditions similar to the West Indies, where spin plays a significant role.

“You’re rubbing shoulders with AB and Virat for two months, talking to them while watching other games. It’s just the greatest learning experience that any player could ask for. Hopefully, a lot of our Australian players can get over to the IPL and get to work in slightly similar conditions to the West Indies, where it is a little bit drier, it will spin,” the 35-year-old added.

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