Last Updated on August 17, 2021
American tennis player Madison Keys can’t get to a good level of playing form. Since Wimbledon Keys has lost three straight strat matches at different tournaments. In San Jose she lost to Zhang Shuai, in Montreal Madison lost to Rebecca Marino who returned to the tour, and in Cincinnati Petra Kvitova evened the score in a head-to-head match, it is now 4-4. The loss in the first round of the tournament in Cincinnati was certainly upsetting for Madison, but it also brought $12,385 in prize money for participating in this tournament.
In this article, we will tell you where else, besides tennis, Keys earns money.
|Net Worth||14 000 000$|
|Born||February 17, 1995
Rock Island, Illinois
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Plays||Right-handed (two-handed backhand)|
Madison Keys Career
Madison Keys was born February 17, 1995 in the American city of Rock Island and began playing tennis at the age of four. At nine, Keys entered the tennis academy, founded by the ex-first racket of the world, American Chris Evert. Madison says that she was inspired to play tennis by the performance of Venus Williams at Wimbledon 2008.
She began her professional career in 2009, immediately making her debut in the main draw of the WTA tournament (in Ponte Vedra Beach). The following season, she won the first trophy at ITF competitions.
First WTA Title
— wta (@WTA) June 21, 2017
Madison won her debut title at the WTA in 2014, becoming the champion in Eastbourne. In her final match, Madison unexpectedly defeated the 5th seed, Angelique Kerber,- 6/3,3/6,7/5. The win brought Madison 470 ranking points and $120,000 in prize money.
Keys had to wait for the next title for two years. In 2016, Madison defeated Barbara Stryсova in two sets in the final of the tournament in Birmingham.
In 2017, the athlete won the title at the competitions in San Jose and reached the final of US OPEN, where she lost Sloane Stephens in two sets.
In 2018, the athlete failed to win a single trophy. But Madison performed well in two Grand Slam tournaments. At US OPEN and French Open, the tennis player reached the semifinals.
In 2019, the athlete won two titles. One at competitions in Charleston, the second in Cincinnati. These results helped Madison qualify for the WTA Elite Trophy.
The next season was a mixed bag for all athletes.. At the beginning of the year Case had a chance to win the trophy in Brisbane, but then the Czech player Petra Kvitova was more confident. At all the other tournaments Madison failed to show herself and didn’t even make it to the quarterfinals.
The American was forced to miss the start of the season because she contracted the coronovirus. Madison returned to the tennis courts in March at a competition in Doha, Qatar. She was able to make it to the second round, where she lost to Maria Saccari in two sets. Overall, the American is having a disappointing season. The only tournament where she could reach the quarterfinals was a tournament in Berlin. At other tournaments the athlete rarely got beyond the opening match.
- Cincinnati 2019
- Charleston 2019
- San Jose 2017
- Birmingham 2016
- Eastbourne 2014
Madison Keys Grand Slam Records
All athletes want to win a trophy at a grand slam tournament, Madison is no exception. We’ve compiled her performance statistics for the major majors in the table.
Advice from Madison
Even if you don’t play at a professional level or study at a specialized school, tennis will still remain a hobby for you, thanks to which we can make new friends.
Madison Keys Endorsements
Madison Keys has contracts with Nike and Wilson. These sponsors will provide all the necessary equipment for the athlete.
Evian video promotion clip
— Madison Keys (@Madison_Keys) August 29, 2019
Keys is also a representative of the Evian trademark, which is also promoted by Maria Sharapova.
Madison Keys Net Worth
This season, American Madison Keyes was able to earn $481,744 for 20 games played at various tournaments.During her professional career, Madison earned $13,085,484 in prize money. We estimate Madison Keys net worth at 14 000 000$
Madison Keys prize money compared to the top 10 WTA players
Madison is in the top 30 of the WTA rankings, but she has proven more than once that she can beat tennis players from the top 10 and be in the top 10. We compared the current prize pool of the top 10 tennis players to that of Madison Keys.
|Rank||Player Name||Prize money|
American tennis player Madison Keys was born on February 17, 1995, she is 26 years old.
Former WTA number 7, Madison Keys is 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) tall