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Madison Keys Biography

Madison Keys is an American tennis player who, on 13 July 2009 at the age of 14, plays right-handed with a double-handed backhand. As a member of the Philadelphia Freedoms, she beat reigning Wimbledon champion Serena Williams in women's singles by a score of 5–1. At the Ponte Vedra Beach, she received a wildcard for her first WTA tournament. She beat world no. 81 Alla Kudryavtseva in the first round, but she was later defeated by top seed Nadia Petrova. In 2011, Keys won a spot in her first US Open by beating Beatrice Capra in the finals of an eight-player wildcard playoff. At the 2013 Apia International Sydney Keys made it to the quarterfinals of the Premier event defeating Lucie Safarova in the 1st round and Zheng Jie in the 2nd round. At the 2013 Australian Open, she beat Australia's Casey Dellacqua in the first round and upset the #30 seed Tamira Paszek in the second round. Her highest junior ranking was no. 35 on 6 April, 2009. She is one of the youngest tennis players to win a match on the WTA Tour.

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5 players who could get to the top in women's tennis
5 players who could get to the top in women's tennis
We look at some WTA faces who have shown significant potential.
5 Best Servers in Women's Tennis Today
5 Best Servers in Women's Tennis Today
A robust, strong serve is one of the best weapons in a player's arsenal, and getting a good first serve in helps a player declare themselves from ...
WTA Season 2016 : The narrative remains the same but someone different speaks this time!
WTA Season 2016 : The narrative remains the same but someone different speaks this time!
Here's a look at the year in women's tennis so far as the WTA season closes.
5 best moments of Madison Keys in 2016
5 best moments of Madison Keys in 2016
Madison Keys was undoubtedly one of the most consistent performers on the WTA tour this season !
WTA Finals Day 5 round-up: Angelique Kerber, Dominika Cibulkova qualify for the semi-finals
WTA Finals Day 5 round-up: Angelique Kerber, Dominika Cibulkova qualify for the semi-finals
For both Kerber and Cibulkova, this is their first time into the semis of the WTA Finals.
WTA Finals Day 3 round-up: Easy wins for Angelique Kerber and Madison Keys
WTA Finals Day 3 round-up: Easy wins for Angelique Kerber and Madison Keys
All the action from Day 3 of the WTA finals.
WTA Finals 2016: Results
WTA Finals 2016: Results
Agnieszka Radwanska is the defending champion.
WTA Finals 2016 Day 1 round-up: Angelique Kerber labours to win, Simona Halep has it easy
WTA Finals 2016 Day 1 round-up: Angelique Kerber labours to win, Simona Halep has it easy
Kerber had never progressed out of the group stage.
WTA Finals 2016: 5 players who could win the tournament
WTA Finals 2016: 5 players who could win the tournament
WIth the WTA Finals already underway, let's take a look at five of the tournament's favorites.
WTA Tour Finals 2016: Singapore turns into a galaxy of stars as tennis' best aim to end the year on a high
WTA Tour Finals 2016: Singapore turns into a galaxy of stars as tennis' best aim to end the year on a high
The world's 8 best tennis players have descended in Singapore for the Tour Finals, with each hoping to claim the prestigious trophy.
5 things to know about the WTA Year-end championships
5 things to know about the WTA Year-end championships
Only eight players make it to this prestigious tournament and the winner caps off the year as the undisputed champion.
Svetlana Kuznetsova wins the Kremlin Cup, qualifies for WTA Finals
Svetlana Kuznetsova wins the Kremlin Cup, qualifies for WTA Finals
The Russian's win at the Kremlin Cup gave her the spot over Johanna Konta.
WTA Finals Draw: Can Agnieszka Radwanska successfully defend her title?
WTA Finals Draw: Can Agnieszka Radwanska successfully defend her title?
A look ahead to the year-ending finale in womens' tennis.
WTA Finals 2016: Singles draws released - how they work
WTA Finals 2016: Singles draws released - how they work
World No. 1 Angelique Kerber will end 2016 as the World No. 1 and is top seeded in Singapore.
Tennis' young women's guard takes over - Johanna Konta, Madison Keys hit the big time
Tennis' young women's guard takes over - Johanna Konta, Madison Keys hit the big time
Johanna Konta, Madison Keys and Karolina Pliskova achieve their career best rankings.
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