Madison Keys is no longer working with Jesse Levine.
Levine, who began working with Keys during the off-season following his retirement from the ATP tour, announced that he is no longer her coach.
Maddy and I have parted ways. I am thankful, blessed, and grateful for the opportunity to be part of her team. Wish her nothing but the best— Jesse Levine (@jesselevine7) April 30, 2016
Keys recently began working with Thomas Hogstedt, according to Open Court. The veteran coach was previously with Eugenie Bouchard, and has also coached Maria Sharapova and Caroline Wozniacki, among others.
While coached by Levine, Keys also spent some time training with Mats Wilander through the USTA. The seven-time Grand Slam champion worked with the 20-year-old before Indian Wells, and was with her at the Miami Open before the two stopped mid-tournament.
Keys had previously been coached by Lindsay Davenport.
She is playing in Madrid this week. On Monday she defeated Barbora Strycova, 6-3, 6-3, in the second round.