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Tennis Instructors

Katie Dellich

Tennis Professional - Peter Burwash International (PBI)

Katie Dellich is a tennis professional with Peter Burwash International (PBI), the world's premier tennis management company. A PTR certified instructor, she is originally from Pennsylvania, where she began both her tennis playing and coaching careers.

Katie is currently the Head Tennis Professional at Silverado Resort.  Before coming to Silverado, she was the Director of Tennis at Lansdowne Resort, a AAA Four Diamond conference resort in northern Virginia, just 30 miles from Washington DC. 

Her PBI career has included five seasons as a professional at JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa in California, which is consistently ranked by Tennis magazine as one of the top ten tennis resorts in the country.

The seasonal nature of this assignment has given Katie the opportunity to take on positions such as twice directing the summer tennis program at The Homestead, Virginia’s historic five-diamond resort, where she was responsible for instruction and programs for hotel guests and members, as well as directing convention group tournaments. Other PBI assignments have included the One&Only Kanuhura in the Maldives, Kapalua in Hawaii and the Four Seasons Resort Nevis in the Caribbean.

Katie received her Bachelor of Arts in English at Robert Morris University in Pennsylvania, where she played NCAA tennis, and also spent a semester at the University of Limerick in Ireland. During the summers while at university, she worked as a tennis professional at Van der Meer Tennis Academy in Sweet Briar, Virginia and in Hilton Head, South Carolina. She so enjoyed the experience that she chose to pursue a career in tennis upon graduation.

Quinn Saine
Tennis Professional - Peter Burwash International (PBI)

Quinn Saine’s love for tennis originated in his hometown of Peru, Indiana. This is where his father and grandfather ran successful boys and girls high school tennis programs, as well as junior summer tennis programs for those based near Peru. Both are now both members of the Indiana High School Coaches Hall of Fame. So yes, tennis is actually in his blood.

Quinn combined his desire to travel and keep tennis consistent in his life when he went to work with PBI’s amazing world-wide staff of tennis professionals after competing as an NCAA Division I scholarship athlete with the Hilltoppers of Western Kentucky.

Quinn has had the opportunity to have fun on the court with peewees, hitting sessions with America’s top junior competitors at the Easter Bowl, group teaching, camps and wheelchair tennis players.

Tennis has afforded Quinn many travel opportunities-from catching waves in the Hawaiian Islands to climbing the Wilder Kaiser mountains in Austria. Aside from tennis Quinn loves to be out with his camera taking photos of his adventures around the world.

Zack Miskel
Tennis Professional - Peter Burwash International (PBI) 

Zack Miskel is a tennis professional with Peter Burwash International (PBI), the world’s premier tennis management company. Originally from Tracy, California, he began playing tennis when he was 3 at what would eventually become the location of his first tennis apprenticeship at Castlewood Country Club in Pleasanton, California.

Zack was a walk on tennis player at Saint Mary’s College of California, but decided to forgo college tennis to take a role with student leadership, where he was the first ever college president as freshmen, and pursue his passion of coaching. At the age of 18, Zack took and passed his USPTA certification, and earned the job of Director of Little Tennis at Lifetime Tennis in Pleasanton, California, all while attending college full time.

In 2008, after his junior year of college, Zack saw an opportunity to become the Head Tennis Professional at Turtle Point Yacht and Country Club in Killen, Alabama and took it.  He packed all of his belonging in his Ford Explorer, and moved to Alabama, a state where he knew no one, and had never even visted.

While working full time at Turtle Point, Zack met his fiancee Anna, finished his degree in Public Communications at the University of North Alabama (cum laude), and helped grow the tennis program to record highs in revenue and participation.  Zack started a traveling USTA team, assisted in running Healing Place, Alabama’s number one tennis charity, coached the number one female junior in the state, and taught several players on North Alabama’s tennis team.

In 2013, Zack joined his junior doubles partner Anders Pederson in a wine venture that brought him back to California.  Three years later in 2016, Zack had helped build two wine companies, Spicy Vines and Vinome, from the ground floor into succesful companies.

With both companies being self suffient, Zack was able to reconnect with his true passions in life, tennis and coaching later in 2016.  He remains a partner in both companies, but has rededicated his life to his students and the sport of tennis.  He believes strongly that a glass of wine may change someones night, but tennis will change one’s life forever.