Glenn Maxwell Miss few starting Games for RCB – IPL 2022

Australian All rounder Glenn Maxwell confirm that He will miss the Pakistan Tour and Likely miss out the IPL 2022 due to upcoming wedding ceremony Events of his indian origin Finance Vini Raman.

“Originally when I organised the dates with CA there was a two-week gap where I could potentially have it,” Maxwell said.

“So when I sorted that out I was pretty happy that I wasn’t going to be missing in any series. And then I came to the [CA] contract meeting midway through last year and they said well this is [when] the Pakistan series [is on] and I thought well obviously that’s changed since the last conversation we had,” he added.

Apart from Maxwell, some of the star players like of David Warner, Mitchell Marsh, Pat Cummins, Marcus Stoinis, Josh Hazlewood, Matthew Wade and Daniel Sams are likely to be unavailable for first few games of ipl 2022 due to Australia duty in Pakistan.

“I was definitely more shocked for him. To be brutally honest, when we left last year, in the circumstances early, I remember having a conversation with him. I said to him, look, this may come back and bite us, and at that time it wasn’t a priority for us to be there. We wanted to get back to Australia,” Richardson said.

“So I think there’d be some kind of buyers that’d be pretty wary of picking us up thinking that we wouldn’t come again. I definitely think that’s a factor,” he added.

“I’m just speaking on what I think would be a factor in it. I don’t know. I’ve never had a dialogue with a franchise or a person that says that’s what would be the case. But I think I didn’t go the year before as well with the birth of my boy,” the pacer said.

“So my reputation probably is that in the last couple of years I haven’t gone so it’s obviously not something that I am. I try and play as much cricket as I can. But I think the circumstances in the last couple of IPLs have made me not go. But it’s not the reputation I want.

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