His previous best junior grand slam performance came at last year's Australian Open, when he lost in a semi-final to Bernard Tomic, who went on to win the event.
"Winning the Australian Open is obviously a very big achievement, regardless of being the first Indian," Bhambri said.The Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy's student said one of the toughest aspects of the match had been overcoming his nerves about playing on Rod Laver Arena.
"I dreamed of winning it, and it's come true."
"I was actually quite nervous in the beginning . . . the first time actually playing on such a huge stadium," he said.In the boys' doubles final, the Philippines' Francis Casey Alcantara and Taiwan's Hsieh Cheng-Peng combined to down Russian Mikhal Biryukov and Japan's Yasutaka Uchiyama 6-4, 6-2.
"You don't (normally) get opportunities like this to play. As the game and match progressed I felt much more comfortable over there."
If you think Cheng-Peng looks familiar, he is the little brother of Hsieh Su-Wei.
(Via news.com.au, Aussie Open website)