Commonwealth Games 2018: Saina Nehwal grabbed gold for Indian Medal Telly: Well, the good news keeps on coming from the Commonwealth Games 2018 where Saina Nehwal’s hard work and intensity for the game brought us another gold medal and increased the number of a gold medal in telly. K Srikanth and the debutant men’s doubles pair of Satwik Rankireddy and Chirag Shetty had to satisfy with Silver and that’s not bad. You all should be proud because Indian is in 3rd number in Medal Telly. Saina Nehwal beats PV Sindhu to win gold.
As per the reports, Saina won by 21-18 23-21 and the triumph marked a remarkable end to her CWG campaign this edition. Also, she was the pillar of India’s gold-winning campaign in the team championship earlier, playing every one of the singles matches due to Sindhu’s ankle injury. Overall, she made things easy for the team and you all should remember that she already grabbed the Gold Medal once in the previous commonwealth in Delhi.
In another match or in men’s singles world No.1 Srikanth let slip a strong start to lose 19-21 21-14 21-14 to Malaysian icon Lee Chong Wei and by the lost of this match Srikanth slipped to the first position and got an only silver medal which is good too. In the end, you can say that India signed off with their best-ever haul — two gold, three silver and a bronze in the badminton competition.
In short, we can say that Saina-Sindhu clash, which lived up to the hype with the former world no 1, especially, bringing her A-game to the court. “It was a neck to neck game. For me, it was even tougher because I have been playing for the last 10-12 days. She is tall, she has longer legs and covers the court better than me, I have to run here and there,” second seed Saina said to the media.