I don't actually have any favourites! Most of them gossip and talk about silly things instead of discussing the match.
is too in love with himself, and he is also a chauvinist. Even during womens matches he completely dominates the commentating. McEnroe commentates because he loves hearing the sound of his voice, and he doesn't want to be forgotten.
Voice is too shrill and likes to play up the glamour crap the wta is trying sell. If they let her, Austin would talk about hair and makeup the entire match.
Could NOT stand her when she played and I can't stand her as a commentator.She doesn't seem to realize she is there to SELL these matches! When she is in the studio, and is supposively warming the tv audience up for the next womens match she gets this pained look on her face, and proceeds to poopoo the upcoming match before a ball has been struck. Now I agree that A LOT of matches are boresville, but MJ is being PAID to shill!! There are plenty of boring mens matches but you wouldn't know it by the way the McEnroe brothers, and Gilbert cheer lead the mens matches. MJFs attitude makes me want to turn the channel.
I don't know about Pammy -- I don't mind her I guess.
I used to love her years, and years ago I don't really care for her now though. She likes to kick the womens teeth in while making a living off them.
He's okay. He can be annoying with his "glamour girl" crap .
Someones annoying little brother who takes himself too seriously.
She didn't have the voice for tv, imo, but she at least did not allow herself to be bullied by McEnroe like Austin does. It's been too long since I've heard her commentate, and I can't really remember what she had to say.
Smug nincompoop. Offers nothing of interest or value during the telecast -- is often condescending, and chauvinistic during womens matches.
I would just like to watch a match were the main discussion was the match at hand, and talk of tactics, or lack of, took up a major part of the discussion. Less gossip and less commentators. If there are more ppl in the booth than on the court there's a problem!