Madison Keys upset Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza at the Stanford Classic on Saturday, defeating the Spaniard in straight sets to set up an all-American final with Coco Vandeweghe.
Keys handed Muguruza her first defeat in nine matches to make the final in 57 minutes with a comfortable 6-3, 6-2 victory.
Number three seed Keys needed a single break in the first set, then broke Muguruza again to lead 3-1 in the second set, breaking once more to wrap up the match.
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In the first semi-final, Coco Vandeweghe defeated US teenager CiCi Bellis with a strong performance.
Vandeweghe earned her second final at Stanford appearance in style, giving up just four games as she reached the final without dropping a set.
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Her first appearance in the decider was five years ago when she lost to Serena Williams.
"I'm five years older, and hopefully more mature," Vandeweghe said in her post-match interview.
"I think [I'm] a little bit of a different tennis player. You grow and evolve as a tennis player and as a person, and I think especially in the last two years, it's been kind of clicking in that regard."