Madison Keys loves having hardly any media attention and hopes to continue cruising outside the radar

Madison Keys loves being outside the radar of social media fanatics.


Madison Keys loves having hardly any media attention and hopes to continue cruising outside the radar

Madison Keys (Credits: Bendigo Advertiser)

The American World No.17 Madison Keys who is cruising outside the radar of social media and Journalists, says that she loves being on the tour that way. In a recent interview, the current US Open semi-finalist opened up on her way of living and how this “low-key” profile helps her in ways that the other top players have not experienced much.

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Madison Keys was asked a question on how she feels about being less “Mediatic” and her reply was, “I hardly have requests to give interviews and I hope it continues like this. I love that nobody talks about me and that suits me very well, above all, because I am very confident in my chances when I reach a Grand Slam.”

Keys continued on how well she is prepared for Grand Slams, “I know that my level rises in these events, these are the matches for which I have spent all my time life preparing myself. It’s enough for me to remind myself of that and put positive pressure on myself, without having to put up with too much external pressure.” (Credits: PuntoDeBreak, translated via Google)

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Madison Keys will face Aryna Sabalenka in the semi-finals

Madison Keys
Madison Keys (Credits: Eurosports)

The American star Madison Keys will be trying to play her first Grand Slam final after the 2017 US Open in this year’s tournament. For that to happen, the current World No.1 Aryna Sabalenka has to be defeated in the semi-finals. The American supporters will be flooded to support their hometown girl for sure and this will give her some boost to fire herself up.

Keys has had a decent career so far. Her best year on tour was when she reached a career-high ranking of 7 in October 2016. After all, Her best results were always on the hard courts. She has played in two Australian Open semi-finals in 2015 and 2022. Also In the US Open, she has played once in the finals in 2017.

Altogether Keys has the game to have chances against Sabalenka. Her quarter-final victory against the current Wimbledon champion Marketa Vondrousova was proof of her emphatic ground game and clutch mindset. If she can overcome an in-form Sabalenka, an All-American final might be on the cards as Coco Gauff is trying from the other end of the draw to be there in the finals.

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