"I could play really solid tennis," says Madison Keys after crushing Kasatkina


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"I could play really solid tennis," says Madison Keys after crushing Kasatkina

A Tuesday (January 21st) morning ‘20 Australian Open first-round in the Melbourne Arena, had witnessed the 10th seed, 24-year-old American, Madison Keys cruising in to the second round by thrashing down the 22-year-old glittering Russian glam, Daria Kasatkina.

In fact, it took roughly 57 minutes for the Rock Island avenger, Keys, to trounce Kasatkina 6-3, 6-1, forging into the second round of 2020 Australian Open where the American 10th Seed would meet a former Junior world No.

1, the 29-year-old Dutch Arantxa Rus. On top of that, Tuesday’s (January 21st) triumph had been the 24-year-old American’s seventh straight wins in a row against the Russ, Daria Kasatkina.

Meanwhile, following a dominating victory for the world’s No. 10 over the 22-year-old Russ, which had been a rampaging display of aggression, praising the Russian young flair who Keys said had to grapple with an unfortunate draw, the American said in a post-match interview late on Tuesday (January 21st), “I think it’s a bad matchup for her.

She’s so good at taking pace off. using drop shots and spins, and I take time away. I think it takes her out of her game. She’s so talented and has so many weapons. ”