Glenn Maxwell won the Allan Border medal for the best T20 player of Australia. Maxwell, who scored 241 runs and picked up nine wickets in 2014 says that he is keen to play in the Test side again. He has played three Tests—two against India and one against Pakistan and his statistics do not make an impressive reading.

Maxwell believes that it is ironic that he won the best T20 player award considering the fact that he wants to perform well in Tests. He says that he is also frustrated that there are very few first-class matches played in Australia and it makes of all the more difficult to break into the Australian Test team. He hopes that he can break into the team and do well so that he can collect a few medals in that category next year.

His partner Sonja Steffen says that it is absolutely nerve-wrecking to watch the matches Maxwell is part of. She goes on to say that she doesn’t understand how his mom has done it for the last 10 years. She believes that regardless of how the match goes, Maxwell is able to come home without being too bothered about the match and he acts himself, without showing his frustration.