USA Today: Keys Realizing Potential

Fresh off her maiden WTA title in Eastbourne, WTA Rising Star Madison Keys takes her talent to Wimbledon.

Published June 24, 2014 12:11

USA Today: Keys Realizing Potential
Madison Keys

Though Madison Keys said she was on cloud nine after capturing her first WTA title in Eastbourne on Saturday, she had little time to celebrate, with Wimbledon starting just two days later.

Now in the Top 30, Keys is part of a promising group of young Americans that includes Sloane Stephens, Taylor Townsend, Lauren Davis and Christina McHale. In the eyes of many, she has the most potential of that group due to her devastating power.

Read Doug Robson's USA Today article about Keys' development right here.

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