Co-commentators have to be razor sharp during matches, to share their wisdom and analysis on moments in a match that are completely spontaneous. There are no re-takes. It’s all live in front of us, so it’s often a pressure cooker situation that many co-commentators are in, especially when you consider that millions are hanging on to their every word.
Out of all of the co-commentators who we hear on television, who has been your favorite this season? Vote below and let us know.
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