There are quite a few commentators who should be lauded for making cricket an engaging affair even when there is sloppy cricket being played around. Harsha Bhogle comes as a great package with very strong views, a touch of wit and that right balance between being diplomatic and being outspoken. Unlike Gavaskar who usually lets his personal ire come in the way, Harsha is admirably impassive. Regardless of the position of team India, he always presents a smiling face which often makes up for the lack of one on guys like Gambhir and Dhoni.
Navjot Singh Sindhu may have been lambasted for his over-the-top commentary but you can't help but admire the oratory skills of this man. Besides, with the encyclopaedic number of quotes and maxims that he has, I bet one Mr. Shakespeare would be turning in his grave, feeling a tad insecure about the future of his legacy.
And of course, who can forget what Tony Greig did during those twin Sharjah innings of Tendulkar. Clearly, Tendulkar wasn't the only man on fire that day.