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Maxwell was indirectly accused by Al Jazeera's documentary (without mentioning his name) as a chief suspect in the possible match fixing allegations during the 3rd Test match held between India and Australia which happened at Ranchi, a match where Glenn Maxwell recorded his maiden test century. [202] However Maxwell denied all of the allegations levelled against him and replied that he didn't have any need to do such a thing to spoil the moment of cricket. [203] [204] Glenn got engaged to an Indian-origin Melbourne-based pharmacist Vini Raman on February 26, 2020, after two years of courtship. [205] [206]

In October 2019 Maxwell announced he would be taking a break from cricket due to mental health issues. [207] Virat Kohli praised Maxwell, saying he had set the right example. [208] Throughout his career Maxwell has received significant abuse on social media. [208]

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Glenn Maxwell
Glenn Maxwell.jpg
Maxwell in 2011
Personal information
Full nameGlenn James Maxwell
Born (1988-10-14) 14 October 1988 (age 32)
Kew, Victoria, Australia
NicknameThe Big Show, Maxi [1]
Height182 cm (6 ft 0 in) [2]
BattingRight-handed
BowlingRight-arm off break
Role All-rounder
International information
National side
Test debut(cap  433)2 March 2013 v  India
Last Test4 September 2017 v  Bangladesh
ODI debut(cap  196)25 August 2012 v  Afghanistan
Last ODI2 December 2020 v  India
ODI shirt no.32
T20I debut(cap  58)5 September 2012 v  Pakistan
Last T20I7 March 2021 v  New Zealand
T20I shirt no.32
Domestic team information
YearsTeam