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PCA Open faves breeze past rivals

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JOHNNY Arcilla opened his bid for an eighth men’s single title with a 6-0, 6-1 rout of Mario Sabas yesterday in the Philippine Columbian Association (PCA) Open tennis championships at the PCA courts in Paco.

Posted: December 1st, 2013 in Headlines,Section,Tennis | Read More »

Big guns oust PCA 1st-round opponents

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AS EXPECTED, the big guns led went out firing on all cylinders yesterday. Favorites Marc Sieber, Johnny Arcilla, Francis Casey Alcantara, Jeson Patrombon and Ruben Gonzales brushed off their respective foes to make it to the men’s singles second round of the Philippine Columbian Association (PCA) Open tennis championships presented by Cebuana Lhuillier.

Posted: December 2nd, 2012 in Editors' Picks,Headlines,Section,Tennis | Read More »

PCA Open fires off; Gonzales, Sieber up

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MARC Sieber and Ruben Gonzales kick off their men’s singles campaigns today against lesser known foes at the start of the Philippine Columbian Association (PCA) Open tennis championships presented by Cebuana Lhuillier at PCA shell-clay courts.

Posted: December 1st, 2012 in Headlines,Other Sports,Section | Read More »

Sieber earns PCA Open top ranking

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Fil-German Marc Sieber will banner what organizers described as “the toughest men’s singles field ever” as the top seed in the Philippine Columbian Association (PCA) Open tennis championships presented by Cebuana Lhuillier which starts Dec. 1.

Posted: November 27th, 2012 in Headlines | Read More »

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