Australian Open viewers will notice a change to the commentary booth with a couple of changes for 2023’s season-opening grand slam.
Seven-time grand slam winner and former World No. 1 John McEnroe won’t be in Aussie fans ears this season after he wasn’t brought to Australia by his employer ESPN, Newscorp reported.
McEnroe, who is remembered for his outbursts on court, has been a regular in the commentary booth and facilitator of on-court interviews but won’t be on Australian screens.
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However, his opinions will still be heard as he casts his eye over the play on court, having claimed via Eurosport that Novak Djokovic would go on a tear through the tournament.
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