Madison Keys got back on the winning track in impressive fashion at Indian Wells on Wednesday night, taking out Kaia Kanepi in straight sets in the first round, 6-0, 7-5.

It was her first win since Wimbledon, where she reached the fourth round—since then she had fallen in her opening match at San Jose (to Zhang Shuai), Montreal (to Rebecca Marino), Cincinnati (to Petra Kvitova), the US Open (to Sloane Stephens) and Chicago (retiring against Aliaksandra Sasnovich due to a right shoulder injury).

The former No. 7 needed just 69 minutes to end the streak against Kanepi.

Awaiting Keys in the second round will be the No. 9 seed, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, who received a first-round bye at the WTA 1000 event.

Pavlyuchenkova may be ranked 37 spots higher than Keys—No. 13 compared to No. 50—but the two are tied 2-2 in their head-to-head, and Keys has 40 career wins over Top 20 players, including three this year against No. 12 Belinda Bencic in Doha, No. 4 Aryna Sabalenka in Berlin and No. 16 Elise Mertens at Wimbledon.