Glenn Maxwell is an athlete who was born in Kew, Victoria, Australia in 14/10/1988 and is now 35 years old. Glenn Maxwell has a net worth of $15 Million.
What is Glenn Maxwell Net Worth?
Glenn Maxwell's net worth is 15 Million.
How old is Glenn Maxwell?
Glenn Maxwell is 35 years old.
What is Glenn Maxwell Birthday?
Glenn Maxwell's birthday is 14/10/1988.
What is Glenn Maxwell Zodiac Sign?
Glenn Maxwell's zodiac sign is Libra.
What is Glenn Maxwell's Real Birth Name?
Glenn Maxwell's real birth name is Glenn James Maxwell .
Where is Glenn Maxwell's Birthplace?
Glenn Maxwell's birthplace is Kew, Victoria, Australia.
How Tall is Glenn Maxwell?
Glenn Maxwell height is 6'0'' (182.88 cm).
What is Glenn Maxwell Nationality?
Glenn Maxwell nationality is Australia.
What are Glenn Maxwell's Professions?
Glenn Maxwell's professions are Cricket Player.
Who is Glenn Maxwell's Spouse(s)?
Vini Raman (m. 2022)
Who is Glenn Maxwell?
Glenn James Maxwell (born 14 October 1988) is an Australian professional cricketer. He has played for the Australia national cricket team in all formats of the game since 2012, although he is primarily a One Day International and Twenty20 International specialist.Maxwell is an all-rounder who bats right-handed and bowl off-break deliveries. Domestically he played for Victoria and Melbourne Stars.
Maxwell made his professional debut in 2010. Known for his dramatic shot making and improvisation in short forms of the game, in 2011, he set a new record for the fastest ever half-century in Australian domestic one day cricket, scoring 50 runs from 19 balls.Maxwell has played domestic Twenty20 cricket in both India and England and has scored centuries in all three international cricket formats, one of only 13 cricketers who have achieved this feat. In November 2017 he scored his maiden double-century, scoring 278 in the Sheffield Shield and in October 2023 set a new record for the fastest century scored at a Cricket World Cup, reaching his century in 40 balls against the Netherlands. In November 2023, he also set a new record for the fastest double century scored in a World Cup, becoming just the third person to do so, while spearheading an Australian comeback from 91/7 at 19th over to 293/7 at 47th over against Afghanistan in 2023 ICC World Cup