Madison Keys's American summer was really great. The American player won the title in Stanford, reached Cincinnati semi-finals and then had an amazing run at the US Open where she reached her first Major final losing to her compatriot Sloane Stephens 6-3, 6-0 in just an hour.
That loss won't influence Keys, her coach Lindsay Davenport said in a press conference at the tournament. 'She knew it was a great opportunity, and she just had nothing left in the tank. So she was pretty upset.
She has improved and changed and matured. I have to say, everybody around her is so happy for her. Obviously, as I told her, one match changes nothing. Everything that you have done or are doing these last three months are going to put you in a position to have another opportunity for that chance. 'We are leaving here [with] me thrilled [and] sad, but thrilled for her and excited for the future.
I think it will take her a few days, or maybe a week, or maybe two weeks. I don't know. She'll be OK.'. ALSO READ: Madison Keys: 'Hopefully we will have more Slam finals against each other' .