Ozan Baris is coming off of a win in the U.S. Open junior boys doubles on Saturday. For now, he is focused on getting better every day per Ryan Black of the Lansing State Journal.

Baris is a freshman on the Michigan State tennis team. He and his doubles partner won the championship round 6-1, 6-1 securing the victory.

“You always want to win the match 6-0, 6-0 right? ” he said. “That’s as best as you can do. You want to win every point, but I’m not really picky. I mean, you can win matches 7-6 in the third every time and you’re still going to be the champion if you win it.”

Now that he has the title under his belt, Baris is looking to improve his game. He stated that he isn’t worrying too much about the win at the moment. Baris believes that this is just the beginning.

“It’s great to have (the U.S. Open victory) under my belt, but I’m not really focused on the win at all,” Baris said. “I just want to keep working and keep going, because for me, this is just motivation. This isn’t the end goal at all. This isn’t where I stop. This is just the beginning.”