- Aaron Finch reveals Glenn Maxwell is in good spirits despite recent media attention
- Maxwell embarrassed after being hospitalized following a late-night party incident
- No action taken against the Australian all-rounder as he was not part of the national team at the time
- Finch met Maxwell at a promotional event and commended his positive mindset
- Maxwell’s recent achievements include a double-century in the ODI World Cup and fastest century in T20 cricket
- Finch believes Maxwell’s best is yet to come and expects him to contribute to team success in the future
Aaron Finch, former Australian cricket captain, has shown his support for teammate Glenn Maxwell amidst recent controversies. Maxwell made headlines after being hospitalized following a late-night party incident. However, Finch revealed that despite the incident, Maxwell is in good spirits and ready to perform in the upcoming New Zealand series.
Aaron Finch Backs Glenn Maxwell
During a Callaway promotion event in Melbourne, Aaron Finch spoke about his interaction with Glenn Maxwell and shared his admiration for the all-rounder’s positive mindset. Finch stated, “He seems in really good spirits. No, this wasn’t ideal timing for him and it was tough on him, but he’s got a tight network around him that helped him out a lot and I think it would have been a good time to reflect on it too.”
Maxwell’s Recent Achievements
Glenn Maxwell has been a key player for the Australian cricket team in recent years. In the ODI World Cup 2023, he played a crucial role in Australia’s championship victory, scoring an extraordinary double-century in a chase against Afghanistan. Shortly after the World Cup, he also scored the fastest century by an Australian in T20 cricket against India, marking his fourth T20I century.
Belief in Maxwell’s Potential
Aaron Finch expressed his confidence in Glenn Maxwell’s abilities and believes that the best is yet to come from the all-rounder. Finch stated, “I think what we’ve seen over the last probably three years is the best of Glenn Maxwell on the field. And that’s because he’s got his body right. And then obviously the broken leg that was not ideal. And I think over the next couple of years, we’ll still see the best of him.”
Despite recent controversies, Aaron Finch’s support for Glenn Maxwell remains unwavering. Finch’s positive remarks about Maxwell’s mental state and potential for future success provide assurance to fans and the cricketing fraternity. With the New Zealand series approaching, all eyes will be on Maxwell as he looks to showcase his talent and contribute to Australia’s white-ball cricket success.