"It was my best win in my juniors' career. I wanted to win this tournament. I lost in the finals last year. I was confident going into matches," said Banthia after clinching the boys crown.
"The semi-final and final matches were the toughest. Both the players were higher seeded players, there was pressure but I know these courts, so played accordingly," he added.
The winner got 280 ITF Points and Trophy, while runner up got 170 points and trophy.
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