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Keys Visits Teen Vogue In New York

America's most promising teenage star - and the youngest player in the world's Top 50, too - was in New York City on Tuesday and connected with one of the most popular mags for young people.

Published August 21, 2013 12:01

NEW YORK, NY, USA - America's most promising teenage star - and the youngest player in the world's Top 50, too - connected with one of the most popular magazines for young people on Tuesday, as Madison Keys met with the editors of Teen Vogue in New York as she prepares for the US Open.

Teen Vogue is one of Keys' favorite magazines and she had the opportunity to meet with the editors on Tuesday morning. The 18-year-old and the magazine are planning on working together in the future.

Having finished the 2012 season ranked No.149 in the world, Keys has had an absolute breakthrough season in 2013, reaching her first three WTA quarterfinals at Sydney, Charleston and Birmingham and getting her first Top 10 win over Li Na. She has also shaved almost 100 spots off of her ranking this year - she started at No.137 and has broken into both the Top 100 and Top 50, and is now at No.40.

Madison Keys

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