Q. Tell me how it feels to be a Grand Slam singles champion?
I was pretty sure I felt I can do that, but still, it's really, really great.
Q. How were you feeling when the match started? How do you feel the match unfolded?
I'm really happy about the way I played really. It was probably the best match through all the week.
So it was a great final, I think.
Q. So singles and doubles. That's a pretty good week.
Q. You said on court, I'll be back next year in the seniors.
Q. So is this definitely your last junior tournament, do you think?
Q. How will you celebrate? Do you have time to celebrate?
If I don't, if I get into main draw, probably I'll have some dinner or something.
But not really celebrating.
Q. What does this do for your career to win here? Does it help you going forward sort of from here?
So it's good.
Q. When you won, when people win junior Grand Slams, most of them jump up and down and get really excited. You just sort of went, Yep, okay.
I mean, I wouldn't be happy if I wouldn't win. That's why I'm not jumping and stuff.
Q. Did you have any nerves at all today? Obviously you did it pretty quickly. Did you feel any nerves?
But I was surprised that I didn't feel any pressure. I felt like I'm exactly where I should be. I felt really good on court. (Smiling.)
Q. What is your immediate schedule for the next month or so?
But before, if I get into quallies Qatar, Doha, I will try to go there if I do. Because last year wasn't the tough quallies, but depends on each year.
So I'll see.
Q. Do you have an idea of where you think you can get to ranking wise this year on the WTA?
Q. You're already 260.
But I don't hurry, you know. I'll see how it goes. I'm happy about how it goes now, so just I'll continue my work and I'll see what happens.
Q. Could you explain the relationship with you and Samsung?
So I'm having it for I think two more years. So it's like a sponsorship for me. Yeah.
Q. What is your goal as a tennis player to turn to the senior and your goal?