Glenn Maxwell’s luck with injuries appears to be running out. The Australia star suffered yet another injury on February 21 while representing Victoria against South Australia in a Sheffield Shield match at the Junctional Oval.
After making his long-awaited comeback from the sidelines, the top batsman was forced to leave the field due to a wrist injury. He suffered an injury while fielding at the first slip.
The 34-year-old was hit on the wrist while fielding at first slip on Tuesday morning and immediately dropped to the ground in apparent pain. He left the field clutching his arm and did not return for the remainder of South Australia’s first innings.
According to a Cricket Victoria spokeswoman, Glenn Maxwell’s scans revealed no fractures, and doctors are currently determining whether he can bat in the second innings.
“It’s been a pretty long journey over the last three and a half months, so a lot of early morning sessions, gym, rehab, pool sessions, physio, “To feel like I’m at the tail end of that now and able to play some cricket is something I’m proud of, “I think probably 80 percent. “I still have a long way to go before I’m fully fit for a one-day game, which is what I’m aiming for,” Glenn Maxwell told reporters on Sunday.