Australian cricketer Glenn Maxwell was reportedly taken to hospital in an ambulance following an incident in Adelaide last week.
As first revealed by 7NEWS, the 35-year-old was taken to Royal Adelaide Hospital following Friday evening’s Six and Out concert at The Gov in Adelaide.
He did not stay at the hospital overnight and has already returned to training, according to the report.
Cricket Australia confirmed it was aware of the incident, while Maxwell is still expected to feature in next month’s T20 series against the West Indies.
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On Monday morning, Maxwell was withdrawn from Australia’s squad for the upcoming ODI series against the West Indies due to workload management, replaced by rising star Jake Fraser-McGurk.
Maxwell, who recently stepped down as Melbourne Stars captain, missed November’s World Cup match against England in Ahmedabad after falling off a moving golf cart and suffering concussion.
Last summer, the Victorian was sidelined for three months after breaking his leg at a friend’s 50th birthday party.