Madison Keys had the wrist surgery in early November and would not be ready for the season-opening grand slam that begins at Melbourne Park.
World number eight Madison Keys will miss one month from now’s Australian Open subsequent to experiencing wrist surgery, the American said on Friday.
Keys, 21, who made the round of 16 at all four thousand hammer competitions a year ago, had the system toward the beginning of November and would not be prepared for the season-opening amazing pummel that starts at Melbourne Park on Jan. 16.
“Three days after the year-end WTA Championships I had minor arthroscopic surgery to my left side wrist,” she said on Twitter.
“The strategy was short, did not include any ligament issues and went exceptionally well … I would prefer not to surge back and need to set aside my opportunity to be completely prepared to play out my best on the court.”
Keys, who plays right-gave, likewise uncovered she was being honed again by previous world number one Lindsay Davenport, having worked with Thomas Hogstedt for the most recent year.
“I am extremely amped up for working with Lindsay once more,” Keys included. “She’s helped me achieve extraordinary outcomes in the past and we make a great group!”