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Your Say: Goodbye, Elena Baltacha

Elena Baltacha announced her retirement from professional tennis two weeks ago, and fan support for the former British No.1 poured in. Here are just some of the messages you wrote into wtatennis.com...

Published December 02, 2013 12:03

Your Say: Goodbye, Elena Baltacha
Elena Baltacha

Here are just some of the messages you wrote in after Elena Baltacha announced her retirement...

Good luck Elena, you taught me that you should never ever give up, no matter what life throws at you.
Jamie, UK

We love you Elena.
Steve

Sorry to see you go - we will miss you.
Julie

Happy retirement Elena!!! It was a pleasure to have played against you in junior ITFs!! Good work at your academy!
Marcella, Italy

Bally, I hope you feel very proud of your achievements over the years. It's been a pleasure watching you.
Jack

Enjoy your retirement - good luck!
Tracey

Sorry to see you retire, but so glad I saw you play once again at the US Open. Thank you so much for signing your picture for me after your win. All the best to you!!
John

Elena, I wish you all the best in your retirement from active competition. May your academy go from strenth to strength.
Nick

Goodbye Elena, I wish you happiness always after your retirement. God bless you.
Cheppy, Indonesia

Thanks Elena for all the incredible moments; for sure @ Wimbledon!!
Michel

Thanks for everything that you have done for women's tennis in the UK and your contribution to the profile of women's sport in general. I have enjoyed watching you play tennis throughout your career and I wish you the very best of luck with the academy and whatever other pursuits you choose to pursue in your life. You deserve it!
Best Wishes,
Jo

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