Meet our Tennis Instructors

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Meet our Tennis Instructors

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    KATIE DELLICH

    Director of Tennis

    Named one of the Top 50 US Coaches by the Tennis Channel, Katie has been the Director of Tennis at Silverado Resort since 2012.  She is the recipient of the 2020 Larry Huebner humanitarian award, 2019 USPTA NorCal Professional of the Year award, and 2016 PBI Professional of the Year She is a USPTA Elite Professional, PTR P-1 Certified, and played NCAA Division 1 college tennis at Robert Morris University.  With her leadership, Silverado Resort’s tennis program has been named the #14 tennis resort in the world by Tennis Resorts Online and was the 2018 PBI Site of the Year. Originally from Pennsylvania, she has taught all over the world including the Maldives, Caribbean, Dubai, Hawaii, Mexico, and Napa, which she now calls home.

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    QUINN SAINE

    Head Tennis Professional

    Originally from Peru, Indiana, Quinn learned the game from his father and grandfather, both inductees of the Indiana High School Tennis Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Quinn played four years of collegiate Division I tennis at Western Kentucky University before he too, made the transition to coaching. He is a USPTA Elite Professional with court training experience with beginners to America’s Top Juniors Easter Bowl.  Since 2010, Quinn has run successful tennis programs at luxury resorts and hotels around the world including the Four Seasons Nevis, Four Seasons Punta Cana, Rancho Las Palmas, and Ritz Carlton Kapalua. A true outdoors enthusiast, he is a graduate of the National Outdoor Leadership School of Chilean Patagonia in Mountaineering and is a published photographer with his art featured in several locations in the valley. A Head Tennis Professional at Silverado Resort since 2015, Quinn says he could not be happier to live and work in Napa.  

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    JOHN WESTON

    Tennis Professional

    John played collegiately at the University of Redlands where he was a three-time All-Conference Performer, two-time Division III All-American, and partnered to win the NCAA Doubles National Championship his junior year. After college John competed in professional tournaments across Europe before returning to the states to begin his tennis teaching career. The son of a tennis coach and tennis club director, John grew up in and around the game which provided him insight into running tennis programs and racquet clubs from a young age. His formative years were spent on courts in nearby Marin and Monterey counties. As an adult, John found his second love in golf, a foray that lasted over a decade, with him joining the PGA of America and working as a golf professional at various clubs around the state. In 2017, John returned to the game he knows best, tennis, bringing his teaching experience to Silverado Resort. John says his colleagues and friends here make his role wholeheartedly fulfilling.