What happened to Madison Keys at Indian Wells 2023?

Last Modified May 23, 2024 07:24 GMT
Madison Keys
Madison Keys at the 2023 Australian Open


Madison Keys is a professional tennis player from America, who was born on February 17, 1995, in Rock Island, Illinois, United States. She achieved her career-high singles ranking of world No. 7, on October 2016, and is ranked No. 16 in the world, by the WTA as of May 2024. Keys won her first WTA singles title at the Eastbourne International in 2014 and has won seven singles titles in her career so far.


Keys started playing tennis at a very young age, after seeing Venus Williams at Wimbledon on TV. When she was ten, she moved to Florida to train at the Evert Tennis Academy. She made her WTA tour debut in 2009, at the age of 14. She won her WTA debut match and became the 7th-youngest player ever to win a WTA tour-level match at the age of 14 years and 48 days.


Her best grand slam performances include reaching the final of the 2017 US Open. She also reached the semifinals of the Australian Open twice and the French Open once and made the Wimbledon quarter-finals twice. She finished semifinalist at the 2016 Rio Olympics.



Name Madison Keys
Net Worth$8 million
Age 29
Nationality American
Residence Orlando, Florida, U.S.
Marital StatusEngaged
Children None
Source of WealthTennis, Endorsements
Prize Money
$17,921,915
Endorsements Nike, Wilson, Evian, Acuvue, Orangetheory Fitness


What took place involving Madison Keys at Indian Wells 2023?

Due to health-related issues, Madison Keys retired after the first set at the Indian Wells in 2023. The incident occurred on March 12, 2023, during her match against world no. 37 Sorana Cirstea. After losing the first set 6-1, Keys took a medical timeout and started feeling nauseous and eventually retired.


Later in an interview, Keys was asked about the health issues she faced during the Indian Wells 2023. She said that she suffered from shingles in her mouth after the Australian Open. As a result, she could not eat anything for three weeks. She was on a completely liquid diet and suffered from food poisoning during Indian Wells 2023.


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FAQs

A. Madison Keys has won seven WTA singles titles till date.

A. Madison Keys is 29 years old as of May 2024.

A. Madison Keys is from Rock Island, Illinois, United States.

A. Madison Keys got engaged to long-time boyfriend Bjorn Fratangelo on March 3, 2023.

A. Venus Williams is the inspiration behind Madison Keys' tennis career.

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