The 30-year-old Lancastrian lost to eventual champion Nicol David in the quarter-finals of the singles as fifth seed in Delhi and partnered Jenny Duncalf to the silver medal in the doubles, where they were beaten by New Zealanders Jaclyn Hawkes and Joelle King in the final.
However, Massaro is seeded second in Glasgow behind the world no.1 from Malaysia, while she and Duncalf are favourites for the doubles title following the retirement of Hawkes.
“The amount of pressure on me I didn’t really realise until I got there and it’s something I’m trying to take into Glasgow.
“But what I’m really excited about this time is the crowds and the amount of people who will be watching, as it is as close to a home Games as I’m going to get. Hopefully the English crowds will get behind us.”
“My preparations are going really well for both the singles and doubles,” she said. “The doubles with Jenny is improving week on week and we’re getting a lot more confident.
“The last few weeks of training have been really hard work and tiring, but hopefully we’ll start taking down the recovery in the next couple of weeks.
“The build-up to the Games is really starting to hit us now and it’s something I’m looking forward to.”