Glenn Maxwell considers Australia’s performance in the first two Tests against India to be “outstanding,” with the exception of one self-destructive session on day three in Delhi. Australia lost nine wickets for 52 runs in their second innings, blowing the little advantage they held at the start of day three. They were all outstanding in my opinion, with the exception of one session. Since it’s so foreign to us, it’s rather difficult over there; it’s not an enjoyable place to play.
The only player still playing today to join Steve Smith in making a Test century in India is Maxwell.
For the three ODI games commencing on March 17 in India, Maxwell has been chosen. He
I’ve been in communication with the selectors constantly, but it hasn’t necessarily resulted in things happening as rapidly as I’d want “said he.
“Even though I would have like to start playing a little bit sooner, because I was aware of the realistic deadline and the one-day side’s timeframe, I was able to adapt my rehabilitation technique to match the time limits I was working with.
“Although it’s never enjoyable to take a long hiatus from the sport, it’s also not the worst time to do it. Following the World Cup last year, I was extremely fatigued. That was a pleasant getaway even if I did spend the bulk of it in physical therapy, gym, and rehabilitation sessions.”