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DC Gallery: Madison's Big Day

WTA Rising Star Madison Keys headed into the city ahead of her Citi Open campaign for a kids clinic and a special visit with the mayor. See all of the best pics here!

Published July 28, 2014 12:10

WTA Rising Star Madison Keys headed into Washington DC a few days ahead of her Citi Open campaign.
WTA Rising Star Madison Keys headed into Washington DC a few days ahead of her Citi Open campaign.
Keys took part in a kids clinic organized by the Department of Parks & Recreation in Washington DC.
Keys took part in a kids clinic organized by the Department of Parks & Recreation in Washington DC.
There was also a serve speed recorder, which the massive-serving Keys took full advantage of.
There was also a serve speed recorder, which the massive-serving Keys took full advantage of.
Keys fired a 109mph serve but has gone as high as 123mph on the court this year - the fourth-fastest.
Keys fired a 109mph serve but has gone as high as 123mph on the court this year - the fourth-fastest.
Keys also took some time out during the visit to sign autographs and pose for photos with her fans.
Keys also took some time out during the visit to sign autographs and pose for photos with her fans.
The kids tennis clinic wasn't the only thing taking place at the event in the nation's capital...
The kids tennis clinic wasn't the only thing taking place at the event in the nation's capital...
Alongside ATP World Tour star Jeremy Chardy, Keys took part in the draw ceremony for the Citi Open.
Alongside ATP World Tour star Jeremy Chardy, Keys took part in the draw ceremony for the Citi Open.
Keys is currently at a career-high No.27; Chardy has been as high as No.25 and is currently No.38.
Keys is currently at a career-high No.27; Chardy has been as high as No.25 and is currently No.38.
Keys and Chardy also took some time out to meet the Mayor of Washington DC, Vincent Gray.
Keys and Chardy also took some time out to meet the Mayor of Washington DC, Vincent Gray.
Gray has been the Mayor of Washington DC for over three years - he was inaugurated in January 2011.
Gray has been the Mayor of Washington DC for over three years - he was inaugurated in January 2011.
  • WTA Rising Star Madison Keys headed into Washington DC a few days ahead of her Citi Open campaign.
  • Keys took part in a kids clinic organized by the Department of Parks & Recreation in Washington DC.
  • There was also a serve speed recorder, which the massive-serving Keys took full advantage of.
  • Keys fired a 109mph serve but has gone as high as 123mph on the court this year - the fourth-fastest.
  • Keys also took some time out during the visit to sign autographs and pose for photos with her fans.
  • The kids tennis clinic wasn't the only thing taking place at the event in the nation's capital...
  • Alongside ATP World Tour star Jeremy Chardy, Keys took part in the draw ceremony for the Citi Open.
  • Keys is currently at a career-high No.27; Chardy has been as high as No.25 and is currently No.38.
  • Keys and Chardy also took some time out to meet the Mayor of Washington DC, Vincent Gray.
  • Gray has been the Mayor of Washington DC for over three years - he was inaugurated in January 2011.
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