| Tennis player|
| September 15, 1965 (age 50) (1965-09-15) Philippines|
Tennis player, broadcaster
PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Magazine Show Host, PMPC Star Awards for TV Best Documentary Program Host
Sports Unlimited, Krusada, Pinoy True Stories
Bernadette Sembrano, Karen Davila, Ces Drilon, Paw Diaz, Julius Babao
Dyan Castillejo Wikipedia
Dyan Castillejo-Garcia (born September 15, 1965) commonly known by her maiden name, Dyan Castillejo is a Filipino former tennis player and sports reporter.
Castillejo represented the Philippines in the Fed Cup ties from 1981 to 1990. She also competed in the Asian Games, Southeast Asian Games, Junior Wimbledon and Junior US Open. She was also the first Filipino to earn a WTA women's ranking.
In 2017, Castillejo was conferred the Fed Cup Commitment Award, an award given to players that has played at least 20 World Group ties or 40 ties in any level, by the International Tennis Federation. She was the first Filipino to be given with the distinction.
Castillejo has worked as a sports interviewer for ABS-CBN sports, interviewing Manny Pacquiao and his Mexican opponents. She is also host for a number of TV programs such as The World Tonight, Gym Team, The MBA-Beat, TV Patrol, and Sports Unlimited.Sports Unlimited / Sports U (1997–present)
Metropolitan Basketball Association (1998)
The MBA Beat (1998)
Castillejo is married to Anton Garcia, a businessman since 1999. She has a son, Matthew who also plays competitive tennis. Her son has won the Under-14 national group tournament title in 2016.