Baltacha (Russian: Балтача) is a family name of Tatar origin. In Turkic languages, baltaci means "a person skilled with an axe", from balta, "axe", i.e., "carpenter" or "halberdier".

The surname can refer to:

  • Sergei Pavlovich Baltacha, the former USSR football player, Dynamo Kyiv.
  • Sergei Baltacha Jr., son of Sergei Pavlovich Baltacha, football player.
  • Elena Baltacha, daughter of Sergei Pavlovich Baltacha, tennis player.
  • Olga Baltacha, ex-wife of Sergei Pavlovich Baltacha, sportswoman
See also: Baltaci (disambiguation)

Other articles related to "baltacha":

Elena Baltacha - Career - 2010
... Baltacha began her 2010 season by winning three matches to qualify for the ASB Classic in Auckland, New Zealand ... As Baltacha’s compatriot, Katie O’Brien, also reached the second round, 2010 marked the first time since 1991 that more than one British woman had reached the second round of the ... In February, Baltacha participated in the Fed Cup where the British team was competing in the Europe/Africa Zone ...
Elena Baltacha - Career - 2009
... Baltacha began 2009 by falling in the first round of qualifying for the ASB Classic before winning three matches to qualify for the Australian Open ... Baltacha came up against German, Anna-Lena Grönefeld, in the first round and defeated her comfortably to set up a clash with former World No ... Despite surprising many by taking the first set, Baltacha eventually lost in three sets ...
2005 Australian Open – Women's Singles - Draw - Bottom Half - Section 6
3 65 Q T Li 15 ... S Farina Elia 6 ... Q E Baltacha 6 ... Q E Baltacha 0 ... K Srebotnik 4 ... Q E Baltacha 6 ... S Cohen-Aloro 6 ... S Cohen-Aloro 24 ... M Pierce 15 ... S ...