New Delhi, Apr 14 (ANI): Decorated shooter Heena Sidhu on Saturday expressed satisfaction with her performance at the ongoing Commonwealth Games 2018 and said that winning medals there meant a lot to her. She also asserted that athletes need funding to get good quality coaches and physiotherapists so that they can perform well. She also said that efforts must be made to save shooting from being excluded in the next Commonwealth Games. "I am very happy with my performance. Commonwealth Games is an important event and winning a medal there means a lot to me," said Sidhu. We need funding to get good quality coaches and physiotherapists. Help from any corner be it govt or private sponsors matter a lot. Indian shooters are performing well this is a reason, we need to save shooting from being excluded from next Commonwealth Games," added Sidhu. Sidhu won a gold medal women's 25m and a silver medal at women's 10m air pistol events at the games.