At age 10, Kyle picked up Tennis through his brother, fun sport turned serious as he enrolled in tennis training program in the Cupertino area. Kyle quickly improved and played tennis throughout Middle School and eventually progressed to Varsity team at Monta Vista High School -one of the top High School for Tennis in the State and certainly in the Bay Area. 

Towards the end of his high school career, Kyle played #1 for his Boys 18s league team and started training with the De Anza College Men’s Tennis Team for a few seasons.  Because of his busy schedule, Kyle unfortunately could not compete for the Men’s Tennis Team there.  By the age of 22, Kyle started coaching at various tennis programs in Santa Clara and Cupertino area while competing in the 4.5 flex league as much as his schedule allowed. 

In 2017, Kyle joined NorCal Tennis Academy with extensive experience with competitive junior development.  In less than 6 months joining NorCal Tennis Academy, Kyle has successfully passed the USPTA professional certification exam. He later on completed more training at the world renowned Emilio Sanchez Tennis Academy in Naples, Florida.

At NorCal Tennis Academy, Coach Kyle works with junior players of all levels, from beginner 10U players to highly nationally ranked players. 

His effort and work ethics really paid off, in late 2018, Kyle was selected to attend the USTA High Performance Program which took place at the US National training center in Lake Nona, Florida -just right outside of Orlando.  The center boasts over 100 Tennis courts and is home of American Tennis. This is the highest level of training for Tennis coaches available in the U.S

Coach Kyle is an essential part of our coaching team at NorCal Tennis Academy, he is responsible for a wide range of players from coaching beginners to serving as hitting coach to high level juniors and ITF Professional players.

Kyle is a Dunlop coach, sponsored by Dunlop Sports America.  When time permits, Coach Kyle competes on the Men’s Open Circuit prize money events.

winning his prize money event