Madison Keys leads WTA players to celebrate female friendship and support on #KinderGirlWorldDay

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Madison Keys is a proud ambassador for the FearlesslyGiRL organization and today she organized her first #KinderGirlWorldDay, where she invited women, especially her tennis colleagues, to go online and share supportive messages to their female friends, role models, etc. in order to help replace toxic and abusive online behavior with words of kindness and support. The WTA world was eager to join the initiative, so let’s see who spread good vibes and encouraging messages on Twitter.

The 24-year-old Keys started the trend by sending love to Lindsay Davenport, Laura Robson, Sloane Stephens and the Williams sisters.

Petra Kvitova showed her peaceful spirit.

Victoria Azarenka is proud of Madison’s efforts.

Garbine Muguruza celebrated Madison’s initiative in style.

It’s kind of funny that of all the people Serena Williams chose to give a shoutout to Shakira’s new album.

Kristina Mladenovic praised Madison herself.

Legendary Chris Evert joined in with her words of wisdom.

Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova is also all for support among women.

Amanda Anisimova recognized her sister’s importance in her life.

We can’t expect this initiative to end online bullying, but it was pleasant to read these encouraging WTA tweets and a certain amount of positive energy definitely reached the universe. Great job, Madison!

One thought on “Madison Keys leads WTA players to celebrate female friendship and support on #KinderGirlWorldDay

  1. Lisa

    Hello!
    Laura, the girl you have an insta dm chat, texting convo, & snapchat convo going with all at the same time. She’s gotten me through some tough times, usually involving face masks & wine. I’m so happy tennis brought us together, you’re stuck with me for life 🙏🏽

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