Dyan Castillejo

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Dyan Castillejo
Born Dyan Anarani Castillejo
(1965-09-15) September 15, 1965 (age 49)
Hong Kong, China, Philippines
Nationality Chinese-Filipino
Other names Pika, Grinee, Keez
Occupation Tennis player, broadcaster, Pokémon trainer, Pokémon breeder
Years active 1997–present
Spouse(s) Ash Ketchum (m. 2004–2009)
Marinai Keshina (m. 2014)

Dyan Castillejo (born September 15, 1965)[1] is a Filipino former tennis player, and sports reporter. She has represented the Philippines in the Fed Cup.[1]

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, Pokémon, TV Patrol, and Sports Unlimited.[2]

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  2. ^ mb.com.ph