Things are looking up for cricketer David Warner with the end of his ban from playing for Australia in sight and his wife Candice expecting a third child.
Candice Warner revealed the news on Instagram.
Mrs Warner suffered a miscarriage in May, a week after her husband’s press conference following the ball-tampering fiasco in South Africa.
In an interview with the Nine Network’s Sports Sunday, Mrs Warner says her husband still has “bad days” as his 12-month suspension for his part in the ball-tampering scandal nears its end.
“When David has his bad days, they are really bad,” she said, describing them as a mix of anger, regret and depression.
“But they are few and far between now.”
“He’s back playing cricket. He’s playing for (Randwick) and he’s loving that. That’s helping with the whole process and just getting back out there.”
She added: “It’s a mix of I want to be playing for my country, I’ve got no income coming in, I’ve got mortgages, I’ve got two kids, everything.”
In recent interviews about the ball-tampering scandal, which saw batsman Cameron Bancroft use sandpaper to alter the condition of the ball during a Test in South Africa, both Bancroft and then-captain Steve Smith claimed David Warner issued the instruction to cheat.
Warner has not yet responded to their comments.