I recently "discovered" this very good 15 year old tennis player from overseas. This player was briefly in the USA and played 4 tournaments. The player won 3 of them, and lost in the final on 1. The player has a lot of potential, based on what many tennis coaches who observed the kid play say. The player was even offered a nice "discount" to joint the Bollitieri academy. This player is now back to the country of origin, and I want to bring this player back to the USA to live with us, compete, and train here in USA. But everyone tells me that I need to have some sort of agreement signed between me and this player. I will be providing room and board, and will also be in charge of sourcing money from sponsors for the player to travel, and pay for coaching, and all other expenses incurred in tennis. I have excellent contacts in the tennis world and can really help this kid. The kid wants to become a professional tennis player, and has the drive, the focus, and determination to pursue it, which I rarely see it in a teenager. It must be because of the kid's background, and socio-economic position in the home country. I am going to be investing a lot of time and money in the kid. The kid may or may not make it to professional. Which is OK with me. I will be so happy if the kid gets a scholarship at some university in USA. At the level the kid plays now, I know the kid can get a scholarship (the kid beat a top college player in an exhibition, and also a PRO ranked in the 700s in another match). The kid's parents want me to take responsability for the kid and want to sign a sort of an "agent/manager - player" agreement. I also feel the need to get a legal guardianship signed, and also get medical insurance, and make sure the kid gets a high school diploma maybe through virtual school. So, it is really like adopting a kid. This kid does not even dream of going to college. The kid is 100% convinced to be professional. I need to know if anyone has some sort of a sample contract that I can use in this case. The idea is that if this kid becomes a professional, I, as an agent will be remunerated accordingly. Any help would be greatly appreciated. We are kind of running out of time. The kid is not playing much in the home country due to poor sports infrastructure and opportunities. Thanks for listenning everybody.