Lisa Sthalekar is a pioneer of Australian women’s cricket and earned many accolades as a captain, player, administrator, coach and commentator. She has won four World Cups during her career.
Lisa now continues to work as a commentator, coach and mentor after her retirement from playing cricket after the 2013 World Cup.
S Badrinath is a former Indian cricketer, who represented India in ODIs and Test matches. In the Indian Premier League, he represented Chennai Super Kings till 2013 and RCB in 2015.
In August 2018, he retired from all forms of cricket, and started working as a commentator and cricket analyst.
Nick Knight is an English cricket commentator and former cricketer. A left-handed opening batsman and a fine fielder, Knight played in 17 Test Matches and 100 One Day Internationals before announcing his retirement from international cricket after the 2003 World Cup.
Following his retirement from cricket, Knight became a commentator and pundit. He works for Sky Sports, Sony and BCCI.
Tanmay Mishra is a former Kenyan cricketer. A right-handed aggressive middle-order batsman, he made his One Day International debut for Kenya in 2006 against Zimbabwe at Bulawayo.
Tanmay played in the 2011 Cricket World Cup, when in five matches he scored 133 runs. He was Kenya's second-highest scorer. His highest ODI score of 72 in the match against Australia.
Tanmay now plays domestic cricket in India.