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Dyan Castillejo-Garcia is a sports icon in the Philippines, successful as a former athlete and sports broadcaster covering the most prestigious sports events and sports personalities.

She was a ten-time national tennis champion of the Philippines and became the first Filipina to get a WTA World Tennis Ranking. She represented the country in numerous international tennis competitions including the Southeast Asian Games, Asian Games, Federation Cup, Wimbledon, US Open, Australian Open and French Open.

After her tennis stint, she transitioned to a career in broadcasting since 1992. She has been with ABS-CBN Broadcasting as sports anchor, senior correspondent for all platforms of news, host of Sports Unlimited and the Dyan Castillejo Show.

She is married to Anton Garcia and they have one child- Matthew.


TENNIS ACHIEVEMENTS:

  • 12 and under National Tennis Champion
  • 14 and under National Tennis Champion
  • 16 and under National Tennis Champion
  • 18 and under National Tennis Champion
  • Ladies’ National Champion at age 14 for 10 years
  • Ladies’ National Doubles Champion for 10 years
  • Champion – Singapore Open Grass Championship
  • Champion – USA State of Florida Junior Colleges
  • Champion – Thailand Open Singles and Doubles
  • Southeast Asian Games, 1981 – 1989
  • Asian Games – 1982, 1986, 1990
  • Jr Wimbledon – 1982, 1983
  • Jr Us Open – 1982, 1983
  • Jr French Open - 1983
  • Jr Australian Open -  1984
  • Tennis Athlete of the Year Award by the Philippine Sportswriters Association - 1983,1985, 1986
  • Filipina Women Achiever in Sports - 1985
  • First Filipina to gain a World Tennis Association Ranking (WTA) in 1988
  • Voted All- American Tennis Player 1985


BROADCASTING ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Sports Anchor for award-winning The World Tonight - 1992-2000
  • Senior Sports Correspondent for ABS-CBN News - 1992 – present
  • Host for award-winning program Sports Unlimited - 1997 – present
  • Host for sports talk show The Dyan Castillejo Show
  • Host – Natural Healing Series – ANC
  • Best Sports Show Host – Star Awards - 1995, 1996
  • Best Sports Show - CMMA - 2005, 2006 & 2008
  • Best Sports Show - Star Awards - 1999
  • Best Sports Show - CMMA Hall Fame Awardee - 2009
  • Best Sports Show - KBP Golden Dove Awards - 2010, 2011
  • Best Field Reporter - KBP Golden Dove Awards - 2007
  • Best Sports Show Host - Gawad Tanglaw Awards - 2011
  • Outstanding Broadcaster Award - St. Scholastica Hildegarde Awards - 2011
  • Golden Wheel Award for Journalism - 2012
  • Best Sports Show Award - Gawad Tanglaw Awards - 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012
  • USTv Student’s Choice for Best Sports Show - 2012
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