Simon Doull
Simon Doull. (Photograph Supply: Twitter)

The T20 World Cup 2022 commenced on Sunday (October 16) with Sri Lanka taking up Namibia within the qualifier levels in South Geelong in Australia. One of many catalysts to the match would be the commentary panel which has been sensational with their voices over time. The ICC has introduced a listing of 29 commentators for the upcoming version and it’ll characteristic not too long ago retired cricketers together with the much-renowned names.  

The favored cricketers that parted methods with the sport not too long ago embrace Eoin Morgan, Preston Mommsen, Dale Steyn and Niall O’Brien they usually have made it to the commentary panel. Notably, Morgan was the captain of the England aspect till he introduced his retirement from worldwide cricket in June 2022.  

Ravi Shastri who was with the Indian aspect as the pinnacle coach within the earlier version is again within the commentary panel this 12 months. Shastri’s commentary in the course of the maiden version of the 2007 T20 World Cup earned numerous followers across the globe, particularly throughout Yuvraj Singh’s six sixes towards England. The opposite Indian commentators on the listing are Harsha Bhogle and Legendary Sunil Gavaskar. 

The feminine commentary has develop into a captivating level concerning the sport in latest instances and ICC has included three names within the listing. Isa Guha, Mel Jones and Natalie Germanos can have their voices heard as an action-packed leisure is assured this time in Australia. The well-known voices like Danny Morrison, Simon Doull, Shaun Pollock, Ian Bishop, Nasser Hussain, Pommie Mbangwa have all made it to the commentary panel. 

Record of all commentators for T20 World Cup 2022

Adam Gilchrist, Athar Ali Khan, Bazid Khan, Brian Murgatroyd, Carlos Brathwaite, Dale Steyn, Danny Morrison, Dirk Nannes, Eoin Morgan, Harsha Bhogle, Ian Bishop, Ian Smith, Isa Guha, Mark Howard, Mel Jones, Michael Atherton, Michael Clarke, Nasser Hussain, Natalie Germanos, Niall O’Brien, Pommie Mbangwa, Preston Mommsen, Ravi Shastri, Russell Arnold, Samuel Badree, Shane Watson, Shaun Pollock, Simon Doull, Sunil Gavaskar