Series link: https://www.novelupdates.com/series/god-of-tennis/ C0: "Wimbledon, which was one of the four major tennis tournaments in Korea." Since when did Wimbledon move from the UK? If that was the price agreed upon, then wouldn't that mean that he'd quit tennis early on? The title seems a bit off if he's going to become a coach or something. C1.1: What kind of tennis player doesn't have at least two rackets? What if one of the strings broke? It'll be interesting if this system simply helps him to direct his training in a more profitable manner so as to properly exploit the talent he already had rather than making him super OP with relatively minimal effort. C1.2: There really should be some adjustment needed. After all, his younger body would be far more responsive than the one that he was used to. It would be very easy to put too much strength in or move too fast and wind up missing the ball or sending it to the wrong place. Ah, so this is an instant OP system. It may still be fun, but I would have preferred something that forced him to struggle more and succeed in spite of his flaws rather than simply erasing them. C1.3: How is anyone supposed to compete against a serve like that? It'd be literally impossible for him to lose unless that skill has a cooldown or very low accuracy. I really thought he'd ask Choi Yeon Hyuk for a match. Even if he knew he was going to lose, it would likely still have been a valuable experience with a high probability of raising one or more of his skills. C2.1: If he literally never won anything, I have to wonder why the coach kept burning his own reputation to keep the MC around. Hard work and dedication were obviously not doing it, and allowing him to stay on the payroll and continue lying to himself about his future wasn't really doing anyone any favors. You should never scold a guard for doing their job. Always thank them. That way, when someone who's not supposed to be allowed in shows up, they'll have the confidence to do their job, knowing beyond doubt that they won't get in trouble for it. What else is NK involved in for it to be one of the top five economic pillars? It can't possibly just be tennis when it's been stated to be relatively unpopular. Weren't they already told by the coach that they'd be getting a different contract? Why are they confused now? There's no mention of endorsement fees. As I understand it, that's the lion's share of an athlete's income, and employers will usually want at least some control over who, or what the players can or will endorse. I know it says that they're not getting salaries, but honestly, the level of support they're being given almost completely removes the need for salaries so long as their lives revolve around tennis. How did it go from being a 20 page contract to being a three page contract? C2.3: I wouldn't say he achieved nothing. He could easily have transitioned into being a coach and had a good chance at having a successful coaching career. It's not what he wanted for sure, but it's also not nothing. C3.1: "practice would be useless. It would only increase my physical capabilities." I thought he was a pro for ten years? As someone who watched his body deteriorate over the course of a decade, he should have more appreciation for physical capabilities than anyone. He should also know that having good stats can make up for having sub-par skills, and having both good stats and good skills can make him an unbeatable monster. I wonder if he'll exploit his future knowledge to make a few investments. No reason not to after all, and having a financial cushion is almost never a bad thing. "I will calculate your practice experience." Is this just a translation anomaly, or does the system actually have a sense of self? C3.2: "For using a volley for the first time, your volley level has risen by one." Seriously? The system might as well just increase all his skills by one then, and I'd like to know how he hasn't gotten the forehand 10 pt skill yet when he had a 9 in it and hadn't used it yet. I find it difficult to believe that he didn't use it in that match. It's far too integral of a skill for any match that doesn't consist solely of aces to not have it. ‘Okay, in this world, the weak are wrong and the strong are right.’ This is a terrible attitude to have, especially if you're about to become one of the strong. C4.1: For the first tournament, they really should do round robin rather than single elimination. They need to know the actual relative strength of the players, which single elimination really doesn't tell them; unless they believe that luck is the most important attribute of all. C4.3: If it's going to be this easy to raise his skills, then there's basically no reason for him to not have 20s across the board before his first tournament. What's he supposed to do after that? Didn't Sparrow not bounce the first time he used it? Why did it bounce this time?