Tennis Instructors

Katie Dellich

Director of Tennis - Peter Burwash International (PBI)

Katie Dellich is a tennis professional with Peter Burwash International (PBI). A USPTA Elite Professional, PTR- P1 certified instructor, 2016 PBI Professional of the Year, she is originally from Pennsylvania and played NCAA Division 1 college tennis at Robert Morris University. 

Katie and her team have accomplished a Top 15 world ranking for Silverado as tennis destination. She is additionally the coordinator for highly successful the PBI Adult World Tennis Camp Series which hosts 4-5 day adult camps in Austria, California, Dubai, The Caribbean, Thailand, California, Mexico, George, and at Silverado!

Before coming to Silverado, she was the Director of Tennis at Lansdowne Resort, Virginia, The Homestead in Virginia,  JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort and Spa in Palm Desert, One & Only Kanuhura in the Maldives, Kapalua in Maui, and the Four Seasons Resort Nevis in the Caribbean.

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 and has enjoyed her career and travels since.


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 worldwide 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.