Kyle Kaneshiro, United States Professional Tennis Association Certified Instructor Elite Professional, International Pickleball Teaching Professional Association Certified Instructor, USA Pickleball Association Ambassador and owner of K2TENS, has been a tennis instructor for the past 34 years.  He is currently the Director of Tennis at Moanalua High School (22 yrs) and also a tennis pro at the Honolulu Country Club (30 yrs).  He has taught at Punahou School, Iolani School and Honolulu Tennis Club.  He was on the USTA Adult League Tennis Committee for 4 years.  He has been very active with the USTA Junior Team Tennis for the past 22 years as a Committee member, NTRP Appeal Committee and Grievance Appeal Committee. 

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Welcome to K2TENS

OUR MISSION
The K2TENS program takes pride in being the best that it can be.  On or off the court, we will display character and integrity by demonstrating respect and courtesy toward others and displaying discipline by doing the “right” things and taking pride in ourselves.  We are knowledgeable and educated to know such things as tardiness, fighting, using profanity, cheating, being disrespectful and throwing rackets are not in our GAME.  Our GAME is DISCIPLINE, HARD WORK AND TEAMWORK!!!

ALL CURRENT K2 EVENTS SUSPENDED DUE TO COVID 19

UPCOMING NEWS AND EVENTS AT K2

  • SUNDAY LESSONS RESTARTS TBD

  • HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS SEASON STARTS TBD

  • FUN NIGHT DOUBLES RESTARTS TBD

  • FRIDAY OPEN PLAY RESTARTS TBD

  • K2 FUN LEAGUE STARTS TBD

  • K2 LEAGUE STARTS TBD

  • NEXT ANNUAL TOURNAMENT TBD

JUNIORS

ADULTS

PICKLEBALL

TOURNAMENTS

K2 HIGHLIGHTS

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Coach Kyle awarded OIA 20 years Coach Service Award at the 2019 OIA banquet.  Moanalua Athletic Director Joel Kawachi and Coach Kyle

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Coach Kyle awarded USPTA High School Coach of the Year 2019 and Coach Rosie awarded USPTA Lifelong Contribution to Hawaii Tennis.

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Tennis Pro Mackenzie McDonald highest world ranked #57 in 2019.  In 2016, he won the NCAA Division I Men's Tennis Championship in both singles and doubles.

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Pickleball Pro Daniel Moore gives a Pickleball Clinic at Moanalua High School Tennis Courts.