Download Ipl 2020: Commentators For Ipl 2020

For IPL 2020, 7 Indian commentators, including father-son finalists.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India, ie BCCI, has finalized the names of 7 Indian commentators for the Indian Premier League, ie IPL, while the team did not include that person. , Who had been requesting BCCI to be included in the commentary panel for a long time. The veteran is none other than Sanjay Manjrekar, a former Indian batsman who has been removed by the BCCI from his commentary panel.BCCI has finalized the names of Sunil Gavaskar, Laxman Sivaramakrishnan, Murali Karthik, Deep Dasgupta, Rohan Gavaskar, Harsha Bhogle, and Anjum Chopra for IPL’s World Feed Broadcast. The commentary panel will also feature legendary batsman Sunil Gavaskar along with his son Rohan Gavaskar. Two members of this team, Deep Dasgupta and Murali Karthik have been selected only for the matches in Abu Dhabi, while the rest of the commentators will be commentating on matches in Dubai and Sharjah.

According to a website, 21-21 matches of the IPL 2020 season will be played in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, while a total of 14 matches will be played at Sharjah Cricket Stadium. Venues are yet to be decided for playoff matches, but it is believed that the last 4 matches, including the finals, will be held in Dubai and Sharjah, as the Coronavirus rules trouble in moving from Dubai to Abu Dhabi. May have to do.

The commentary team is divided into three panels, which will be in two separate bio-secure bubbles – Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Deep Dasgupta and Murali Karthik will leave for Abu Dhabi today i.e. on Friday 4 September, while members of the commentary panel residing in Dubai’s Bio-Secure Bubble will leave on 10 September. Not only India, but many foreign commentators will also be seen doing commentary in IPL.

On the other hand, if we talk about Sanjay Manjrekar, he has a strong cricketing brain, as well as his analytical skills, are not hidden from anyone, but BCCI will not use him in IPL this time, because BCCI gave during the commentary Was removed from his commentary panel due to some controversial statements. However, twice, Sanjay Manjrekar mailed BCCI and requested to be included again in the commentary panel.