Over the course of her career she won eleven ITF singles titles (five $25,000, two $50,000, two $75,000 and two $100,000) and four ITF doubles titles (all $25,000). She was also a runner-up in three ITF events in singles and four in doubles.
Baltacha died from liver cancer on 4 May 2014, aged 30. :(
After the very special ceremony the team enjoyed a VIP lunch with all the dignitaries, again the girls showed what it means to be an EBAT girl, politeness and the ability to feel confidence in scenarios like this, the dignitaries were fantastic helping the girls to relax, even at one point setting up a moch autograph session.
The day ended with a great social to the cinema and another evening of hospitality from the Baltacha family.
Elena Baltacha was born 14 August 1983 and died Sunday 4th May 2014
She represented Great Britain for 11 years in the international team competition Fed Cup
She was a proud member of Team GB at the London 2012 Olympic Games, playing singles and doubles
She spent 132 weeks as British No.1 in singles between Dec 2009 - June 2012
Her highest singles ranking was 49, achieved in September 2010
She won 11 ITF Pro Circuit singles titles
In Grand Slams, she reached the 3rd round of Wimbledon in 2002 and competed as recently as the 2013 Championships
She reached the 3rd round of the Australian Open in 2005 and 2010
Her last competitive tournament was the 2013 US Open
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