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Sport The secret behind David Warner's hand tape

14:14  11 march  2018
14:14  11 march  2018 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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Aussie opener David Warner has revealed the secret behind his hand tape he has used during the second Test match against South Africa ⚓️ Leave a Reply and

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It may have caused a stir with allegations of 'ball tampering' against the Aussie star, but David Warner had a special message on the tape on his hand during the second Test against South Africa.

With Proteas staff and players complaining about Warner's use of the tape on his hand, considering it a misuse of strapping as he was shining the ball.

9News earlier reported South Africa were unhappy with Warner's use of the tape during the second day's play in Port Elizabeth.

But Warner has revealed there's more to the tape than originally meets the eye, with the names of his wife and two daughters adorning the hand protection.

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As you can see in the picture above, the name Candice is followed by a love heart on the main strapping, with his fingers showing the names of his two daughters Ivy Rae and Indi Mae.

The 31-year-old flashed the message when he came up on screen during the third day's play at Port Elizabeth.

Warner has been embroiled in a sledging battle throughout the Test series, particularly with South Africa wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock.

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The Aussie opener admitted he was stung by a comment from the Proteas gloveman about his wife Candice.

Earlier on Sports Sunday, former teammate Ryan Harris defended Warner, saying that it's a regular thing for the opening batsman after a history of finger problems throughout his career.

He described any allegations as 'frivolous'.

"I think their allegations are a little bit frivolous," Harris told Sports Sunday.

"I think they're obviously looking for something to pin on him, he's one step away from suspension as we heard after the last week.

"The times I played with Davey he had all that strapping on his fingers. Unless there's something rough, sand or glass or something on that taping, that's not going to do anything to the ball."

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South Africa players, officials and fans have gone to extraordinary lengths to get under Australia opener David Warner’s skin during a spiteful Test series - but their efforts pale in comparison with the prank the sporting Gods pulled this week. Proteas player Quinton de Kock sparked an ugly altercation with Warner during the first Test in Durban after allegedly referencing Candice Warner’s infamous 2007 encounter with dual international Sonny Bill Williams at the Clovelly Hotel in a tasteless on-field sledge.

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