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Nervous Keys falls to Collins in straight sets

INDIAN WELLS - Madison Keys' run to the U.S. Open final last year and the quarterfinals of the Australian Open this year certified she's realizing the promise she showed as a teenager. But success creates high standards, and at 23 she's still learning how to handle that.

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