Maxwell and Vini share a light moment.
Batting star Maxwell’s self-imposed exile from international cricket ended earlier this month when he was named in Australia’s limited-overs squads to tour South Africa, but in-form Marcus Stoinis missed out.
Maxwell, who stood down from Australian duties in October saying he needed a break to deal with mental health issues, was named in both the one-day and Twenty20 squads to face the Proteas.
Selector Trevor Hohns said Maxwell had earned a recall with his performances captaining the Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash League (BBL), where he has scored 389 runs at an average of 43.22.
The video depicts cricket match spectators viewing something amazing and pleasant off the field.
Mental wellbeing as much as physical health is emerging as a key challenge for modern-day cricketers — with relentless schedules, intense public scrutiny and the fear of failure weighing heavily.
India skipper has reached yet another milestone in One-Day cricket by becoming the fastest batsman to score 12,000 runs in One-Day Internationals.
A 13.2km time trial will get the 109th edition of the Tour De France underway, before the riders eventually roll into the mountains and push their bodies and physical capabilities to the absolute limit.
Wimbledon will give Ukrainian refugees free tickets to the tournament and donate £250,000 to those affected by Russia's invasion of the country, the All England Lawn Tennis Club, said.
In 69th Board of Governors meeting, Pakistan Cricket Board also approved Rs15b 2022-23 budget with 78 per cent allocated to cricket activities.