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'Got no demons in my head': Relaxed Maxwell lights up BBL

'Got no demons in my head': Relaxed Maxwell lights up BBL
January 11, 2020
 Melbourne (92 News) Australia and Melbourne Stars player Glenn Maxwell, who took a break from cricket to deal with mental health issues, has exorcised his demons to come back stronger in the ongoing Big Bash League. Maxwell had a dismal ICC Men's Cricket World Cup campaign last year, scoring only 177 runs in 10 matches. He then featured in two Twenty20 Internationals against Sri Lanka in October 2019, scoring 62 in the first match but pulled out of the series before the third game, citing his difficulties with mental health as the reason for withdrawal. The 31-year-old returned after a two-month break, to lead the Stars in the ninth edition of the BBL and has since set the T20 tournament on fire. With seven wins in eight matches, his team is already at the top of the points table and Maxwell himself is the second highest run-getter so far.