With the current health situation, were you still able to enjoy the Tokyo Games and the different sports?
There were restrictions, but we did get to enjoy some of the other sports. I got to see Djokovic play, to see the first medal ever awarded for skateboarding, 3x3 basketball, water polo, the women's handball final, the sport climbing final... I was able to see a lot of things - it was great!
Did you still notice a difference with the previous Games, specifically in terms of the atmosphere?
Yes, this year's Games felt somewhat closed off. It was quite surprising. People seemed to want the Games but they weren't really expecting them to happen. The emotions were different. Even the victory ceremonies, it was strange for the athletes to be in an empty stadium. But the good thing about all that was that the athletes and coaches could communicate better and put their strategies in place!
What's the one thing you'll remember from these Games?
On the sports side, I'd say the bronze medal match between the US and Australia. It was one of the best meet-ups in the tournament. The players put on a great show. It was a real joy to commentate for that match.
Outside the sports, one highlight was visiting the Sensō-ji temple in the centre of Tokyo. It was a total immersion in the Tokyo culture and felt like time was standing still.