Star Sports, the official television broadcasters of the TATA IPL 2023, is delighted to announce that Steve Smith, one of the world's finest cricketers, has joined the expert panel for the marquee tournament. Smith will be making his broadcast debut with Star Sports, adding his invaluable insights and expertise to Star Sports’ already impressive roster of panelists.
As a cricketer, Steve Smith needs no introduction. His outstanding performances on the field have earned him a reputation as one of the best batsmen of his generation across all formats. He has scored over 10,000 runs in international cricket, including 27 centuries, and has been a part of two successful World Cup campaigns with Australia. He is the only Overseas player to have captained the legendary MS Dhoni in an IPL campaign where they played the Final for Rising Pune Supergiant in 2017. Smith is known for his astute cricketing brain and his ability to read the game, which will undoubtedly make him a valuable addition to Star Sports' expert panel. His recent video announcing that he had joined an exceptional and passionate team in India for IPL 2023 went viral and drew a lot of attention from fans.
Commenting on his new role, Steve Smith said, "I think I read the game pretty well so hopefully there will be some good insights for all the people watching IPL out there. I’m certainly excited about joining the Star Sports Team and I’m looking forward to this new experience.”
Star Sports has always been at the forefront of creating content for its fans, and with the addition of Steve Smith to their panelist team, they have once again demonstrated their commitment to providing the best possible viewing experience for cricket fans. The IPL 2023 promises to be an exciting tournament, and with Smith's insights, fans can expect to gain a deeper understanding of the game and its nuances.
Catch Australian Legend, Steve Smith, donning the new Expert hat on TV, for the season opener between Gujarat Titans and Chennai Super Kings on the Star Sports Network starting 5 pm onwards on Friday, 31st March 2023.
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