Maxwell credits Shane Warne for support during tough times

Shane Warne

Glenn Maxwell, the renowned all-rounder of Australia, recently disclosed how the late Shane Warne helped him through a difficult phase. According to Maxwell, Warne had a unique talent to quickly put people at ease. Maxwell, who is currently playing for RCB in IPL, described Warne as a very loyal and caring person.

Maxwell explained how Warne reached out to him during a tough time, showing his kind and supportive nature. The Australian player spoke about Warne’s ability to make people feel comfortable and safe in his company. He further stated that Warne was the most caring and loyal person he had ever met. Unfortunately, Warne passed away last year due to a cardiac arrest while vacationing in Thailand, leaving behind a legacy of kindness and support.

Warne reached out to me during a tough phase: Maxwell

Maxwell on RCB Podcast Season 2 said:

He is probably the most giving and loyal person that I’ve probably ever met. Generous not just with what he did with his charity work but generous with his knowledge and time. He actively sought out young spinners during their warm-ups to talk them through different skill sets and trying to help them to be the best version of themselves. Everyone felt like they had a connection instantly because that’s the way he made you feel, he makes you feel like your best friend straightaway.”

Shane Warne, one of the greatest cricketers of all time, claimed 708 wickets from 145 Test matches, putting him second to Muttiah Muralitharan in the record books. Moreover, Warne picked up 293 wickets from 194 ODIs, making him the second player ever to exceed 1,000 international wickets.

However, Glenn Maxwell revealed that Warne’s caring and supportive nature went beyond his impressive stats. Maxwell explained how Warne had personally reached out to him during a difficult time, showing the depth of their relationship.

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