Your fundamental attribution error negates your comment. Only a blind fool would consider the Nazis "the most evil ideology." Try the U.S.S.R. Try the People's Republic of China. Try Pol Pot's regime.
Rommel was a competent general who (like Montgomery) didn't deserve to be made a field marshal. He was tactically very good, strategically mediocre.
Of course, "armouror" the flag-waver doesn't consider that Rommel did NOT lose N. Africa. He had been replaced by Messe more than 2 months before the end there. Further, as a mere army group commander, he was subject to the orders of the German & Italian General Staffs, Hitler & Mussolini. The Axis forces there were vastly outnumbered - as they had been the whole of the time he was in that theatre.
Similar, of course, applies to Normandy - he was just an army group commander, subject to the orders of higher-ups. Again, the forces he led were vastly outnumbered in all ways.
You can't pretend to judge a person for their actions in the light of what became known only after they were already dead.
Mostly, he's well-regarded because he did such a good job of foiling Allied (mostly British) aims for so long while being widely outnumbered in men & materiel. It helps them hold on to their mythology.