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Madison Keys to Work with Lindsay Davenport’s Matt Cronin reports that former three-time Grand Slam champion and recently inducted Hall of Famer Lindsay Davenport will begin working with 19-year-old Madison Keys on an interim basis.

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Keys, who nabbed her first title in Eastbourne this summer, finished 2014 with a record of 31-23. She reached three semifinals and had a 2-4 record against the top ten, with both of those wins coming in Eastbourne (d. Jankovic, d. Kerber). The American, who became the 7th-youngest WTA player to win a match when she won in Ponte Vedra as a 14-year-old in 2009, has long been considered one of the biggest, brightest American prospects.

Davenport confirmed the agreement via Twitter on Thursday. The two are expected to work together during the off-season and the plan is for Keys to hire a full-time coach.

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