Competitive tennis is a wonderful endeavor but it is not always pure fun and games. A full disclosure contract would have to include a small disclaimer to be fair to any prospective player.
The fine print of competitive tennis would look something like this:
By choosing to take part in competitive tennis you understand that you will:
Spend countless hours over many years working on the same skills.
Commit to many hours of on-court training a week.
Commit to training the whole year, since there is not an off-season in tennis.
Spend several hours a week off-court, working on improving your fitness.
Spend many weekends and vacations competing.
Lose in most of the tournaments you play.
Deal with many unforeseen crises, such as bad losses, injuries, large swings in performance, etc.
Deal with unethical and annoying opponents.
Constantly face adversity.
Experience many frustrating hours on the court.
Be pushed to your limit.
Lose a myriad of matches along the way; many against players that you believe you should beat.
Miss countless fun, social activities due to tennis commitments.
Practice with 100% engagement without ever knowing when or if you will reach your long-term performance goals.
However, those who accept the challenge will be hansomely rewarded with poise, self knowledge, self discipline, resiliency, health, fun, and friends for life.
Take the deal!!!!