Tiger's agent says no deal finalized for rematch with Mickelson
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One day after a report suggested Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson had signed a three-year deal with Turner Sports for recurring versions of The Match, Woods' agent pumped the brakes.

Mark Steinberg, Tiger's representative with Excel Sports, told ESPN's Bob Harig on Thursday that the report's "not true at this point," and that there are plenty of details to sort out before a potential rematch is finalized.

"We - and that's a very big we when I say the Woods camp, the Mickelson camp, the Turner camp - have a lot to talk about," Steinberg said. "We don't have any specifics on what it might look like, whether it's Tiger-Phil, two others, four others."

Woods and Mickelson participated in a $9-million showdown during Thanksgiving weekend at Shadow Creek in Las Vegas, where the latter took the match in a playoff.

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