new Delhi: Australian cricketer Glenn Maxwell is so upset with the bio-bubble that he has decided to stay away from cricket for some time. Maxwell has been in bio-bubble with the team on different tours continuously since August last year, due to which he has now decided to leave cricket and stay with the family.
What is bio-bubble
ICC (ICC) Had planned a bio-bubble to prevent the spread of corona virus among players. Actually, bio-bubble is a safe place where players are kept for any tour or series. During this time the players are not allowed to meet any other person to stop the spread of Corona virus and they stay separately in any hotel. During this time regular corona virus tests of all players are also done.
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Maxwell is in bio-bubble for the last five months
Glen Maxwell (Glenn Maxwell) For the last five months, our lives have been continuously cut into bio-bubble. Maxwell first went on a tour of England with the Australian team in August 2020, after which he spent a lot of time in the bio-bubble in the IPL, the home series against India and now in the BBL as well.
Maxwell wants to spend time with family
Maxwell (Glenn Maxwell) Says that now he wants to get away from cricket for a few days and spend some time with the family. He said, ‘This is a tough struggle. A lockdown took place in Melbourne in March. After this, bubble in England, then bubble in IPL, 14-day isolation in Australia, then bubble in BBL here too. It has been a long time, and I am now looking forward to spending time with family and might not even think much about cricket for a few days. I want to see my family and hug them.
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Maxwell will go on tour to New Zealand for T20 series
Maxwell (Glenn Maxwell) Even after spending more days, he cannot stay away from cricket because he has been given a place in the Australian team for the T20 series starting in New Zealand next month. The Australian team will play a five-match T20 series against New Zealand from 22 June to 7 March.