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Five feet nine inches. Hazel eyes. Blonde hair. This right-handed batter can give you nightmares in the shortest format of the game.

Glenn Dominic Phillips, an explosive wicket-keeper batsman from New Zealand, is set to become the newest addition to the Royals family ahead of the 2nd edition of the 2021 IPL.

A thoroughly modern player, the Kiwi batter is deemed to be very powerful and aggressive displaying a strong affinity towards the leg-side along with a few cheeky ramps and reverse hits.

Having already impressed in white-ball cricket during the early stages of his career, the 24-year-old South African-born Phillips represents Auckland domestically in New Zealand and has 506 runs to his name in 25 T20s with a strike rate of 149.70 since making his debut for the national team in 2017.

Phillips has been a consistent part of New Zealand's T20I squad since making his debut in 2017.  The Kiwi scored his maiden T20 century against the West Indies in November 2020 where he was seen tearing apart the visiting side at the Bay Oval. This innings saw him become New Zealand’s fastest men’s centurion (46 balls) in T20I cricket.

In May 2021, Phillips was awarded his first central contract by New Zealand Cricket, ahead of the 2021–22 season. In August 2021, Phillips was named to New Zealand's squad for the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup.

Entrusted to be one of only three New Zealand batters – alongside Martin Guptill and Devon Conway – who played all 14 of their T20Is in the 2020-21 home season against West Indies, Pakistan, Australia, and Bangladesh, Glenn Phillips proved to be his team’s stand-out performer.

Phillips, who has also made it to New Zealand’s T20I World Cup squad, celebrated his selection with a pummelling 35-ball 80 for Welsh Fire in The Hundred -- his last game before joining Barbados Royals for the upcoming edition of the Caribbean Premier League.
We welcome Glenn Phillips to the family and we believe that he will take the IPL by storm!