Talking about the final match at the 21st Commonwealth Games on Sunday between two young Indian women. Indian ace shuttler PV Sindhu said that no loss is ever enough to stop her from believing in herself and she is once again ready to roar. The silver gold-medalist in the Commonwealth Games appears "vulnerable" on counter-attack and that is a big factor in her losing many a title clashes, including recent CWG final, observed former India coach Vimal Kumar, who believes with little more maturity and bit of luck she will be able to pull off close matches.
PV Sindhu, who also led the Indian contingent at the glittering opening ceremony which launched the CWG in Gold Coast held in Australia. On Sunday, she falls short to clinch gold medal against Saina. PV Sindhu was defeated by another Indian star shuttler Saina Nehwal in the much-anticipated women's singles summit clash held in Commonwealth Games. Nehwal won the gold medal while Sindhu bagged the silver after the final meet in the gold coast.
The silver medallist in the CWG 2018 -- PV Sindhu, who had earlier made her nation proud at the Rio Olympics, but failed this time in Commonwealth games 2018. PV Sindhu beats Japan's Nozomi Okuhara in the women's singles badminton semi-final, becoming the first Indian woman to win a silver medal at the quadrennial event, said it was a proud feeling to stand on the CWG podium and receive a medal for the country.