NEWS
07/08/2015 10:20 EDT | Updated 07/08/2016 01:12 EDT

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Canadian Vasek Pospisil's (VASH'-ihk PAWS'-pih-sillz) quarter-final match against third seed Andy Murray is in a rain delay. Pospisil leads the second set 4-3 after dropping the opener 6-4. Murray has won the previous three meetings with Pospisil.

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The N-F-L announced it will play at least two regular-season games annually at Premier League club Tottenham's new London stadium. The league has two years left on its deal at Wembley Stadium. Tottenham is hoping to move into a new 61,000-seat venue adjacent to its current White Hart Lane facility in 2018.

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The Toronto Blue Jays continue their road series in Chicago against the White Sox. Drew Hutchison goes to the mound for Toronto. The White Sox counter with left-hander John Danks.

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Canada faces El Salvador in opening action at the CONCACAF (KONN-kah-kaff) Gold Cup in California. Canada comes in ranked 109th in the world, 20 spots below El Salvador. But the Canadians have won four straight and are unbeaten in their last five contests.

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Phil Mickelson isn't commenting about a report linking him to an illegal gambling operation. The veteran golfer says he's got used to being an "object to be discussed." E-S-P-N reported last week 2-point-75 million dollars U-S belonging to Mickelson was transferred to a former sports gambling handicapper who pleaded guilty to laundering money.

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The Canadian women's water polo team takes to the pool in Pan Am Games action at Markham, Ontario. Canada meets Venezuela after tying its opening match against Brazil yesterday. The Canadian men's team is off after an 11-9 loss yesterday to the Brazilians.

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The Canadian Press