Glenn Maxwell wants to move away from cricket after five months of fighting against the bio-bubble | The bio-bubble became a headache for Glenn Maxwell, made the big decision to stay away from cricket

New Delhi: Australian batsman Glenn Maxwell is so upset by the bio-bubble that he has decided to stay away from cricket for a while. Maxwell has been in the bio-bubble with the team on various continuous tours since August of last year which is why he has now decided to quit cricket and stay with the family.

What is the bio-bubble

The ICC had planned a bio-bubble to prevent the spread of the corona virus from spreading among the players. In fact, the bio-bubble is a safe place where players are kept for any tour or series. During this time, players are not allowed to meet with another person to stop the spread of the Corona virus and they stay separately at any hotel. During this time, regular corona virus tests of all players are also carried out.

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Maxwell has been in the bio-bubble for five months

Glenn Maxwell has been cutting his life into a continuous bio-bubble for five months. Maxwell first toured England with the Australian squad in August 2020, after which he spent a lot of time in the IPL bio-bubble, the home series against India and now also in the BBL.

Maxwell wants to spend time with family

Maxwell (Glenn Maxwell) says he now wants to get away from cricket for a few days and spend time with the family. He said, “It’s a tough fight. A lockdown took place in Melbourne in March. After that, bubble in England, then bubble in IPL, 14 days isolation in Australia, then bubble in BBL here too. It’s been a long time, and now I can’t wait to spend time with my family and don’t even think about cricket for a few days. I want to see my family and give them a hug.

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Maxwell tours New Zealand for the T20 series

Maxwell (Glenn Maxwell) cannot stay away from cricket as long as he has been included in the Australian squad for the T20 series from New Zealand next month. The Australian team will play a five-game T20 series against New Zealand from June 22 to March 7.