Originally Posted by ClarkC
The final 3 years of in-state tuition, fees, room and board at UCLA is worth $200K?
Lets see. tuition instate probably 10k plus another 3k for housing and meals. so 13k a semster or 26k a year. for three years 78k worth. Not really in the 200k but I think that poster was just exaggerating to make his point. I still agree with him though, the odds of playing professional tennis are very very slim. And most pros that make the atp start going pro after juniors and don't even go to college. Unless, your like a Isner type player with a huge booming reliable serve, its tough to go pro from playing US college tennis.