Chennai: Australia's aggressive all-rounder Glenn Maxwell has said that constantly being part of a biologically safe environment can be like a 'nightmare' and cricketers are still living a very difficult lifestyle to ensure they continue their work. To keep. Maxwell, who has revealed his problems with mental fatigue in the past, admitted that adjusting to such a lifestyle in the midst of the Kovid-19 epidemic has certainly affected players around the world.
In an interview put on his YouTube channel by the Indian Premier League franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore, Maxwell said, "It is quite difficult (moving from one biologically safe environment to another) ... from outside your biologically safe environment They are kept with the people who come and you get caught up in this never ending nightmare where you live the same kind of life every day. '
He said, 'You almost forget how normal things are done with the outside world. This can be quite difficult mentally and a very big challenge. But it is fantastic to play again and do your work and entertain people. But still this lifestyle is very strict.
In the context of the upcoming IPL, Maxwell said that he did not pay much heed to the huge amount of money he got despite not performing as expected in the past as he fulfilled his dream of playing with players like Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers. Are thrilled with
Despite a poor performance in the last 2 IPLs, Maxwell was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore for a whopping sum of Rs 14 crore 25 lakh in this year's player auction. Maxwell said, 'It was an old dream (played with Kohli and de Villiers). Of course I know him very well off the field, I have played against him a lot but eventually he is getting a chance to play in the same team with him.