Recently, there has been heightened attention on Australia cricketer Glenn Maxwell, who found himself hospitalized after a lively night out in Adelaide. According to various reports, the cricketer was promptly conveyed to the Royal Adelaide Hospital via an ambulance in the aftermath of his pub escapade. However, he did not require an overnight stay.
The incident has sparked curiosity and concern among fans and the cricketing community alike, prompting inquiries into the nature of his condition and the events leading up to his hospitalization.
What happened to Glenn Maxwell?
As per a Daily Telegraph report, after making a spectacular presence at a prominent golf event in Adelaide’s CBD, Maxwell ventured to a nearby pub where Brett Lee and his band, Six and Out, were captivating the audience. Insider sources suggest that after the pub rendezvous, the all-rounder was expeditiously taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital in an ambulance, although he did not necessitate an overnight stay.
The sequence of events has ignited speculation and curiosity, with fans and the cricketing community eager to understand the circumstances surrounding Maxwell’s sudden hospitalization after what seemed to be a lively evening. Amid the unfolding situation, there is also news that Cricket Australia are initiating an investigation into the circumstances surrounding Maxwell’s hospitalization, with a particular focus on determining whether the incident is linked to alcohol.
Maxwell’s BBL|13 stint
Talking about Maxwell’s current stints, the 35-year-old led Melbourne Stars in BBL 2023-24 but became the focal point of criticism due to his team’s sloppy run in the season. As the Stars failed to qualify for the BBL finals, he stepped down from the captaincy of the BBL franchise. The Kew-born cricketer will now feature in Australia’s upcoming T20I series against West Indies.