Rubilen Amit advances to 10-ball QF; Team Philippines struggles
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Rubilen Amit advances to 10-ball QF; Team Philippines struggles

Former two-time world champion Rubilen Amit clinched a spot in the quarterfinal round after beating Thi Ngoc Huyen of Vietnam, 7-2, in the round of 16 women’s 10-Ball…

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Hidilyn Diaz, Eric Cray miss out on gold
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Hidilyn Diaz, Eric Cray miss out on gold

Rio Olympics silver medalist Hidilyn Diaz and Filipino-American Eric Cray missed out on winning gold medals in their respective events, as the two settled with silver medals in…

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Clarice Patrimonio overwhelmed by Thai foe in gold medal match
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Clarice Patrimonio overwhelmed by Thai foe in gold medal match

Thailand’s Luksika Kumkhum overwhelmed Clarice Patrimonio, 6-0, 6-1, to capture the women’s tennis singles gold medal at the close of the 29th Southeast Asian Games tennis competition at…

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Clarice Patrimonio looks to snap Philippines’ 8-year golden drought
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Clarice Patrimonio looks to snap Philippines’ 8-year golden drought

Clarice Patrimonio clashes with Kuksika Kumkhum of Thailand, looking to end the country’s eight-year gold medal drought in the women’s lawn tennis event of the 29th Southeast Asian…

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Clarice Patrimonio, men’s doubles advance to semis
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Clarice Patrimonio, men’s doubles advance to semis

The Philippine tennis team moved to a step closer of giving the country another gold in the 2017 Southeast Asian Games as Clarice Patrimonio and the tamdem of…

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UST regains General Championship
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UST regains General Championship

After a close race for the General Championship did not go their way a season ago, the University of Santo Tomas have bounced back in a big way,…

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Philippines stranded in Group II anew
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Philippines stranded in Group II anew

For the fourth straight year, the Philippine Davis Cup team could not get over the hump. The strong Thai doubles tandem of Sonchai and Sanchat Ratiwatana flexed their…

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Thailand buries Philippines to 0-2 hole in semis
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Thailand buries Philippines to 0-2 hole in semis

Top Southeast Asian side Thailand buried the Philippines to a huge 0-2 hole, as AJ Lim and Jeson Patrombon absorbed losses in the opening day of the 2017…

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AJ Lim relishes UE’s maiden title, bares future plans
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AJ Lim relishes UE’s maiden title, bares future plans

Behind the spotlight given to UAAP’s televised sports, the tennis tournament has had its fair share of phenoms The sport has seen an influx of teen sensations who…

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H1story: UE completes epic comeback en route to first-ever tennis crown
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H1story: UE completes epic comeback en route to first-ever tennis crown

The promise of a maiden title has been fulfilled. The University of the East Red Warriors stayed true to their pre-tournament billing, edging out the University of Santo…

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