The Hundred: England’s cricket league The Hundred, which is going to start next month, has suffered a major setback. Glenn Maxwell, one of the best players in the world in T20 cricket, has withdrawn his name from The Hundred. Before Maxwell, David Warner and Marcus Stoinis have also distanced themselves from the first season of The Hundred.
Strict protocols are in place around the world due to Corona virus. The mental health of the players is also getting affected due to constant living in the bio bubble. Shane Warne has given information about Maxwell’s exit from the tournament. Shane Warne is the coach of the team on behalf of which Maxwell was going to participate in this tournament.
Shane Warne said, “Maxwell has withdrawn his name. We were very happy to have Maxwell in the team. We know how big a player Maxwell is in this format. But now we have selected Maxwell’s replacement. Western Australia player Josh will join us.
Warner and Stoinis have also withdrawn
Before Maxwell, David Warner and Stoinis also took their names from the tournament to spend time with family. Since there is about a month left for The Hundred to start, many more players can also announce their withdrawal before the tournament.
Let us tell you that Glenn Maxwell, David Warner and Stoinis are also among the 7 players of Australia who have withdrawn their names from the limited overs series against West Indies and Bangladesh. The chances of these players playing in the remaining matches of IPL 14 are also negligible.
For players like Maxwell, Warner and Stoinis, however, staying away from cricket continuously can prove to be costly too. The indications given by Australia that the players who are not going to tour West Indies and Bangladesh may not even get a place in the World Cup team.
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