Espn Tennis Commentators
ESPN Tennis Commentators
If you’re a fan of tennis and would like to hear what the pros have to say about the game, you can tune in to the ESPN tennis commentary. A number of well-known tennis commentators have made their names on the network. Some are legends and have won major tournaments. Others have come and gone.
John McEnroe has seen a great deal of history during his playing days, and has adapted his “bad boy” attitude to his commentary booth. He also shares a booth with Mary Carillo. While his style is unconventional, he does an excellent job. You can follow him on Twitter for updates and comments. He’ll keep tennis interesting for years to come!
The ESPN tennis commentators also discussed the controversial incident in which Novak Djokovic defaulted out of the US Open. Although the commentators largely agreed that Djokovic was at fault, they disagreed on the way the incident was handled. Djokovic accidentally hit a lineswoman with a ball while dropping his serve in the first set of his match against Pablo Carreno Busta. Gilbert was especially upset that video and instant replay were not available.
ESPN has a long history of airing tennis. Since its first week on television, it has featured memorable moments from around the world. ESPN is also in the unique position of being the exclusive broadcaster of three of the four Major events. It has the rights to the US Open, Wimbledon, and Australian Open. This makes ESPN a unique television destination for tennis enthusiasts around the world.
The broadcaster has an impressive roster of tennis commentators. Many of them are former players. They are experts in the sport and will be providing commentary and analysis during the entire season. Other commentators include Sam Smith, Mark Petchey, and Rob Koenig. James Blake will make his ESPN debut at the US Open.
Cliff Drysdale is another well-known ESPN commentator. He used to work for SportsCenter, but has recently taken on a bigger role commentating matches in their LA studio. Unfortunately, he has not been doing a very good job. He recently commented on the Kyle Edmund-Ernesto Escobedo match in Brisbane, and his performance wasn’t as impressive as his former role.
France is home to the iconic red clay of Roland Garros in Paris. The tournament begins on Sunday, May 24. It will be broadcast live on ESPN2 and ESPN3 and will run through the first week of June. The women’s semifinals will be broadcast live on Thursday, June 4 at 9 a.m.