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He may fist-bump with players after interviews, crack jokes about anything and make nicknames for every athlete, but he is by far the greatest commentator for tennis, in my opinion.
He says what everybody else is afraid to say, and he adds an interesting flavor to it as well.
Gilbert breaks down players' abilities and suggests possible working strategies for them to win their matches (unfortunately for them, they cannot hear him during a match).
His humor adds vibrancy to a typically dull television set, and his personality amuses all the time, even if he sometimes seems to cross the line (although I enjoy it).
The only bad part about watching him talk is how often he moves his hands around—but this is an essential technique for being a television spokesperson, and I have even grown to like it.
It sure is nice to have Gilbert talk about tennis instead of Collins (see previous slide). Gilbert is somebody the game of tennis needs.