Your Top Plays for Today: AP’s Sports Guide
--ADAM SCOTT, JIM FURYK TIED FOR LEAD AT PGA
Australian Adam Scott joins Jim Furyk as joint leaders at the PGA Championship, as Tiger Woods slips back with errors.
--MURRAY OUT, DJOKOVIC AND NADAL WIN AT ROGERS CUP
Defending Wimbledon champion Andy Murray suffers a surprise loss at the Rogers Cup as Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal win tight matches.
--LIVERPOOL OWNERS SAYS SUAREZ NOT FOR SALE
Liverpool’s American owner John Henry insists unsettled striker Luis Suarez is not for sale at any price despite being banished from the training squad.
--ORACLE FORFEITS TITLES FROM AMERICA’S CUP LEAD-UP EVENT
Defending America’s Cup champion Oracle Team USA is forced to forfeit its titles from the America’s Cup World Series — a lead-up event— over minor rule breach.
--RUSSIAN MINISTER TELLS GAY CRITICS TO CALM DOWN
Russia’s Sports Minister has told the gay lobby to calm down in their protests against Russian same-sex relationship laws in the lead-up to Sochi Olympics.