She sounds bored, she looks bored. I also get the distinct impression she'd much rather be talking about T20 and the English Premier League than anything to do with her current employment. But hey - money talks, so I don't blame her.Mel is a bit boring but then again she's not like the regular hysterical sh*t stirrers they get on there.
I found Cahill really interesting yesterday. Made Tennis seem interesting to someone who doesn't get in to Tennis.
With Kelli in the chair, there's significantly less gushing, breathlessness and big words for the sake of appearing intelligent.Mel McLaughlin never adds much.
Is there any possibility they could talk about women's sport without name-dropping Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry?
Darren Cahill's use of stats that matter is rare in tennis. Great to see a subject expert join the program who also happens to be easy to listen to. His strong all-sport background means he also had more to say about them than the others did.
I'll miss Kelli Underwood's hosting. Knowledgable, but knows not to take over the entire show and turn it into a personal vehicle (hi, Gerard).
It's the shutting down of alternative views that I struggle with, along with the fact he can't separate his hosting role from his former role as a panelist.With Kelli in the chair, there's significantly less gushing, breathlessness and big words for the sake of appearing intelligent.
It was probably the WBBL. When it's unexpected popularity got up and going. I think it brought forward the AFL's plans to do so.