Ashes 2013: Brad Haddin says 'no feud' in Australia camp
Second Test: England v Australia
Venue: Lord's, London
Date: 18-22 July
Start time: 11:00 BST
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Australia wicketkeeper Brad Haddin has denied media reports there is a rift in the tourists' camp before the second Ashes Test, starting on Thursday.
Australia's Seven Network reported documents tendered to court by former coach Mickey Arthur showed there were serious divisions within the squad.
The report went on to claim that captain Michael Clarke and all-rounder Shane Watson are at loggerheads.
"The Australian dressing room is fine, there is no feud," said Haddin.
Mickey Arthur factfile
17 May, 1968 in Johannesburg
Griqualand West, Orange Free State, South Africa A
First-class batting record:
6,657 runs at 33.45
Griquas, Eastern Cape, South Africa, Western Australia, Australia
Test record as Australia coach:
W10 D3 L6
"The group has been fine since day one of the tour. It [losing the first Test] hasn't driven us closer together, it has made us determined to win a Test."
Clarke refused to discuss the allegations on Tuesday, except to say that his team "are very focused on what is in front of us".
South African Arthur, 45, was
sacked before the Ashes
and is seeking £2.4m compensation from Cricket Australia or reinstatement as national coach.
He was replaced by
despite being contracted until June 2015.
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