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Langers
Jan 12th, 2007, 01:57 AM
Francesca Schiavone ITA (14) v Sandra Kloesel GER
Lucie Safarova CZE v Alberta Brianti ITA

Laura Pous Tio ESP v Anastasiya Yakimova BLR
Sofia Arvidsson SWE v Ai Sugiyama JPN (23)


Good draw for Lucie IMO. If she plays well she could make the 4th Round.

Imagination
Jan 13th, 2007, 06:16 AM
Go Lucie. I don't think she could have asked for a better draw :)

Langers
Jan 13th, 2007, 07:22 AM
Court 11 Start Time 11:00 AM

Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Gilles Simon (FRA) vs. Amer Delic (USA)

Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Martina Muller (GER) vs. Jorgelina Cravero (ARG)

Men's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Simon Greul (GER) vs. Yen-Hsun Lu (TPE)

Women's Singles - 1st Rnd.
Lucie Safarova (CZE) vs. Alberta Brianti (ITA)

I'll be there. :cool: Go Lucie!

~|Naomi|~
Jan 14th, 2007, 05:28 AM
I'll be there. :cool: Go Lucie!

:bounce: Cheer loudly:D

I think it is a good draw. But Lucie must go one match at a time. Depends on her fitness to I think, her leg was still taped in Hobart.

Good Luck Lucie:banana:

Hant11
Jan 15th, 2007, 05:53 AM
:bounce: 6-3 6-1 :)

~|Naomi|~
Jan 15th, 2007, 07:26 AM
:bounce: Well done Lucie

Nice & convincing.

Good Luck for the next match.

Lucie is also playing doubles at AO

~|Naomi|~
Jan 17th, 2007, 06:48 AM
Lucie def Schiavone (14) 6-3 6-3:bounce: :bounce:

So so happy:banana: :aparty: :music: :rocker2:

Up next in the 3rd round is Yalimova who beat SUgiyama 10-8 in the 3rd set - hopefully she is tired;) Very big opportunity for Lucie, hopefully hse doesn't get nervous.

~|Naomi|~
Jan 17th, 2007, 10:28 AM
Mixed Doubles

(8)Martin Damm/Meghann Shaughnessy vs Daniel Nestor/Elena Likhovtseva
Tomas Berdych/Lucie Safarova vs Stephen Huss/Monique Adamczak
Fernando Gonzalez/Gisela Dulko vs Leos Friedl/Tathiana Garbin
Yves Allegro/Elena Bovina vs (3)Leander Paes/Samantha Stosur

Should be on a good court as they play all all aussie pair:)

SloKid
Jan 17th, 2007, 12:03 PM
Yes, well done Lucie! I really hope she makes it to the fourth round now.

Wednesday
Jan 19th, 2007, 05:20 AM
Lucie Safarova def. Anastasiya Yakimova 6-3 ret.

I saw most of this match (or rather this set). But I wasn't watching it really closely. Lucie played well and was playing aggresive. I think her opponent retired due to a back problem or something.

Next up is the defending champion Amelie Mauresmo ...

Langers
Jan 19th, 2007, 07:05 AM
I've been to all her singles games and she is playing extremely well. She is improving with every outing and I'm confident she can put up a good fight against Mauresmo. She hit 20 winners in the first set of today's match; that's an unbelievable amount. She is serving very well and her groundstrokes are the best I can remember. She is just hitting winner after winner and on both the forehand and backhand side. Through to the Round of 16 at a Grand Slam; that is a great result. :D

~|Naomi|~
Jan 19th, 2007, 10:06 AM
Awesome result for Lucie:bounce:
Hopefully I will get to see her match with Mauresmo on tv.
Nice boost back up the rankings:D Hopefully Lucie can keep her form up!
Although not liking the look of the heavy taping on her thigh, hopefully she has a few weeks off after Melbourne.

PerfectForm
Jan 19th, 2007, 12:07 PM
GREAT AO LUCIE!! Finally doing what you are able to do & Congrates on reaching your first slam 4th round with many more to come!!

Langers
Jan 20th, 2007, 12:08 PM
I’ve been to all three of Lucie’s matches and she is simply playing superb tennis. :) Her first set in her first round match was a tad rusty however she has just improved with every set. She blew her opponent away in the end and it was a very convincing performance first up. Next was Schiavone and she played a brilliant match. Despite the fact Schiavone was seeded and undoubtedly the favourite, Lucie was dominant in all facets of the game. I noticed Berdych was at the game too cheering her on. He looked to be having a great time watching, and why not considering how well Lucie is playing.

Now her 3rd Round match was a stop-start affair. The game was delayed at 2-2 due to rain however Lucie was clearly the superior player and you knew as soon as play resumed she would be able to take control. When they finally came back on court she produced a scintillating set of tennis. She hit 20 winners!. :eek: :worship: She really is hitting the ball as cleanly as I've seen, and she is hitting a huge amount of winners from both the forehand and backhand. Her beautiful left handed serve is also being used to perfection to set up points. I would also like to see her approach the net more often as she is a very good vollier and basically wins every point when she comes in.

I had a great time watching her matches and she is playing beautifully. I took a few pics that I will post a little later. Making the 4th Round at a Grand Slam is a terrific effort and I am confident she can put up a great fight against Mauresmo tomorrow. :cool:

Anahi
Jan 21st, 2007, 12:14 AM
im watching a lucie in the tv right now she is playing so well!!! :) 64 20 awsome

Anahi
Jan 21st, 2007, 12:46 AM
Oh my god Lucie won!!!! :):);) 64 63 she play soooo well...my fisrt time to watch Lucie in the tv :)

Ilikebigboobies
Jan 21st, 2007, 12:47 AM
Lucie defeated Amelie 6-4, 6-3!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

:eek: :bowdown: :hatoff: :music: :singer:

And her interview after the match was soo cute also. :inlove:

Langers
Jan 21st, 2007, 01:05 AM
Lucie what a performance! I knew she could win; she’s been playing terrific tennis all week. She is playing so aggressively and after she got down 1-4 in the first set she stepped up and played wonderful tennis. Her ground strokes were extremely powerful and accurate and she picked great times to approach the net. Through to the QF’s, what a great tournament!!! :worship:

PerfectForm
Jan 21st, 2007, 01:56 AM
Great Job Lucie!! I couldnt believe my eyes as I watched her match on TV, she was hitting like a top 10 player!! Keep this going for the season Lucie!!

Hant11
Jan 21st, 2007, 01:59 AM
i'm so proud of her !!!!

i will post the complete match in my website soon

for the moment : matchpoint + interview
http://www.dailymotion.com/tennisvideos/video/x110oy_lucie-safarova-defeats-mauresmo

~|Naomi|~
Jan 21st, 2007, 02:18 AM
Well done Lucie. She played amazing:worship:
I'm so proud:p
Lucie has been due for a breakout slam for a long time this makes waiting for it & going through all those painful losses, worth it for us fans:yeah:

~|Naomi|~
Jan 21st, 2007, 02:34 AM
Some stats from this match

1st serve % = 26/48 = 54%
Aces = 3
DFs = 1:worship:
UE = 22
Winners = 22
winning % on 1st serve = 18/26 = 69%
winning % on 2nd serve = 13/22 = 59%
Receiving points = 40/77 = 52%
BP Conversions = 5/12 = 42%
Net approaches = 16/24 = 67%
Total points won = 71
Fastest Serve = 170 KPH
Average 1st serve = 152 KPH
Averge 2nd serve = 131 KPH

~|Naomi|~
Jan 21st, 2007, 02:44 AM
According to TBE's ranking thread, Lucie is projected to rise back to number 30 after this win:D
Lucie's career high is number 26 from April last year. Lucie has nothing to defend at her next 2 events either Paris & Antwerp :)

When I saw Lucie win Gold Coast last year I thought she'd be top 20 by the end of the year - I think to keep her form and have a really good year Lucie needs to stay fit. She had so many injuries last year obviously the big one was her shoulder mid year but there were many other niggling injuries as well.

Hopefully Lucie has learnt from her slump last year. Playing Hopman Cup while sad for me cause I couldn't see her live again was a great idea to get matches and build confidence.

Langers
Jan 21st, 2007, 02:47 AM
According to TBE's ranking thread, Lucie is projected to rise back to number 30 after this win:D
Excellent! Back into a seeding position for the Slams. As you said she has no points to defend in Paris & Antwerp so she could gain a few more places which would put her around her career high ranking. :)

Hant11
Jan 21st, 2007, 03:58 AM
. SAFAROVA/A. Mauresmo
6‑4, 6‑3
An interview with:
LUCIE SAFAROVA
THE MODERATOR: First question, please.

Q. What was the best part of your game today?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: Best part? Uhm, I think the end of the first set and the beginning of the second set did I really believed in myself. So I try to do ‑‑ I try to pushing her, make winners.

Q. Did you feel any nerves at all?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: Maybe a little bit in the beginning because I didn't know what to expect. I never played against her. Yeah, first time in the Rod Laver Arena. So I was like little bit like not feeling so well on the court. But then it was getting better and better.

Q. What was it like when you walked out there, defending champion, Rod Laver Arena, crowd full of people?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: It was like for me amazing. Even the warmup in the morning on such a big court.
The day that I won against Yakimova, I was still like really excited about it to go. When I saw it's Rod Laver, it's first match, I was like, Yeah. Well, I was so looking forward. I really wanted to play there.

Q. What was your match plan before you went out?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: My plan was like really concentrate on my game and try to do best what I can there. First I was thinking that I should not so hurry on the court, that I have to look how it will go. Then when I was 1‑4 down, I was thinking like I should start to like play more power tennis. It was going well, so...

Q. Was it aggression that won it for you?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: I was trying to be more aggressive, yeah. When I was playing against big player before, I was still like very hurrying too much on the court and doing so many mistakes. So I wanted to be better now.
It was going well.

Q. Was it the end of '05, you won in the Gold Coast?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: Yes.

Q. At that point you looked like you were going to make a big jump. Last year it didn't really happen. What has changed?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: I was injured after Gold Coast with a leg. Then when I lost here last year first round I had problems with my shoulder. It was like really didn't getting better any.
I had this problem through all the tournaments. It was still paining. Then I didn't play Wimbledon. It was still like up and down. I was still injured, not injured, don't really have a chance to practice and prepare for the tournaments.
Then I lost the confidence on the court. It wasn't going well, the season, for me. So in the end of the season, I was like really ‑‑ I wasn't playing for like one month, just rest. Then I started to do exercising, really preparation, conditionally and tennis as well.
So I was thinking that really I'm really good prepared for the new season, which gives me a little bit like support to begin it.
In the Hopman Cup, I had great chances to play there great matches. Yeah, I feel that I start really well.

Q. Did the win against Schiavone help you a lot the other day, because she's a top player, or not?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: Yeah, of course. I think the toughest match for me, for my psyche, was the first round, because that's the toughest match always on the Grand Slams.
When I won against Schiavone, of course she was seeded. Yeah, it helped me. Every match what you win helps you.

Q. When did you hurt your leg?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: It was against Medina in Hopman Cup. I get a little bit strain. Well, since then I'm taping it. It's not that bad. I don't feel any pain now. But I still want to be sure to don't injure it again.

Q. What does beating the defending champion here at a Grand Slam tell you about your game, about where you are?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: Well, I'm exciting about it. I'm so happy to win. Still like one side I can't believe it I did it. It's just great, yeah.

Q. Going in, did you think it would pan out how it did? Pretty convincing in the end, how you won.
LUCIE SAFAROVA: Yeah, I know if the match will be going longer and longer, it will not be advantage for me, but for her, because she's more experienced. So I really like tried to concentrate on each point that I could make, to win the match in two sets.
So, yeah, it goes well.

Q. Did you sense Amélie's frustration or did you continue to focus with your own game?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: I was trying to focus just on my game. But that's normal. If one player is up, the other one is down. I just really try to concentrate on my game, to do the thing well what I should, try to like make the points alone. Don't wait for her mistake.

Q. Did you start to play tennis because of something or somebody in your family?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: My sister already played tennis. But she start tennis very late, like with 11 years. My father was like really excited about tennis, so he wanted me that I will be the better one. He start with me already with like three years. I was going with my sister on the tournaments.
Yeah, he helped me when I was small. Until 10 years I was practicing with him. He really wanted that I be the top player, yeah.

Q. Did you feel going in against Mauresmo if you came out aggressively you could unsettle her, you could make her mentally fragile if you came out and hit hard early on?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: I don't understand what you mean.

Q. Was it part of your game plan to come out really hard against Mauresmo and unbalance her mentally, get her on the back foot mentally early on in the game?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: Well, yeah, I was trying to like make the points, to pushing her because if I was just playing with and don't really hard hit the ball, I knew that she will win the point, so yeah.

Q. Your match finished in almost the same minute as Tomas. Have you caught up with him?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: Yeah, I heard about it. That's amazing we finish in the same time. I saw him. We are both really happy. Before the Open, we was like, yeah, speak together. We was like, Okay, now together we can do it.
I was starting the matches, and he was following the next day. Now he has match tomorrow. I hope he will do well.

Q. When did you meet? How long ago?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: We grow up together in the same club in Prostejov. We practicing still there. So since small kids we know each other.

Q. How long have you been boyfriend and girlfriend?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: Four years.

Q. Any wedding plans?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: Not yet. We are still too young.

Q. Being together so long, do you have a profile in the Czech Republic as boyfriend and girlfriend?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: Yeah, I think that everybody knows.

Q. Is tennis big in your home country?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: I think the biggest sport is ice hockey or football, then it's tennis.

Q. You two are known as tennis players?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: Yeah, I think.

Q. How do you think this will be received at home?
LUCIE SAFAROVA: I will see.

rrfnpump
Jan 21st, 2007, 04:16 AM
wow, Lucie :bolt:
she simply outplayed Mauresmo with her great groundies

I think the win over Medina at the Hopman Cup and the loss against Serena really helped Lucie getting more and more confidence. If you have Lucie's game you need a lot of confidence in your shots and Lucie didnt have it for a long long time. Whatever happens here now, its important that Lucie plays this level in a consistant basis. She played well till GC, then got injured and was never the same. Hopefully this means she is back full-time and can work her way to the Top20 :)

go Lucie :hug:

nouf
Jan 21st, 2007, 06:47 AM
AO 2007 Safarova vs Mauresmo

http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/rids/20070121/i/r1970758145.jpghttp://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20070121/capt.mel11401210215.australia_tennis_open_mel114.j pg

http://www.megaupload.com/fr/?d=ZI7YOA6R

~|Naomi|~
Jan 21st, 2007, 06:57 AM
We love Lucie (http://www.australianopen.com/en_AU/news/articles/2007-01-21/200701211169355264718.html)by Amanda Buivids
Sunday, 21 January, 2007

Shy teenager Lucie Safarova entered the cauldron of Rod Laver Arena with minimal Grand Slam pedigree and seemingly little hope but on departure she left a hero and with a re-discovered self-belief.

Ranked just inside the world’s top 50, and making her seventh appearance at a major, the 19-year-old won the greatest match of her career, toppling No.2 seed Amelie Mauresmo 6-4 6-3.

She defeated Mauresmo with masterful aggression and power stroke play. The enormity of the occasion - and her dodgy bandaged leg - seemed to have no effect on her enthusiasm and well-constructed match plan.

"I was a little bit nervous in the beginning because I didn't know what to expect," she said. "I never played against her. Yeah, first time in the Rod Laver Arena. So I was like little bit like not feeling so well on the court.”
“But then it was getting better and better. I really believed in myself. It's my first time playing on Rod Laver Arena, and thought 'wow, this is a big court'. I felt very comfortable here. My plan was like really to concentrate on my game and try to do the best that I can."

The two-set feat also had a fairytale twinge to it. Her boyfriend of four years Tomas Berdych completed his third-round match on Margaret Court at exactly the same time as she lofted her hands in celebration at her victory.
No.13 seed Berdych toppled Russian Dmitry Tursunov in three sets, finishing the match in one hour and 23 minutes, six minutes fewer than Safarova, his childhood friend and partner at the Prostejov Club in Czech Republic.

"That's amazing we finish in the same time. I saw him. We are both really happy," said Safarova, introduced to tennis by her father at age three.
"Before the Open, we was like, yeah, speak together. We was like, 'Okay, now together we can do it'. I was starting the matches, and he was following the next day. Now he has match tomorrow. I hope he will do well."

Safarova didn't look too comfortable in the opening minutes of her match when she trailed 1-4. After a long opening game and fluffing a few break-point opportunities, Safarova looked likely to become another debit in Mauresmo's career standings.

But the match took a very different slant when she refused to be over-awed by the former world No.1. A left-hander, with a double-handed backhand, she troubled Mauresmo who was unable to adapt to the Czech's power and movement inside the baseline.

At 4-4, Mauresmo double-faulted to set up break point and Safarova charged to a 5-4 lead after a lengthy rally. The blonde teen screamed 'Yeah' and pumped her first as she skipped back to her changeover chair.

Serving for the first set, Safarova went up 15-0 with a feisty forehand to the back corner that Mauresmo barely got her racquet on, then 30-0 with an ace. At 30-15 she blasted a forehand crosscourt on the line that Mauresmo didn't even attempt to reach.

She closed out the set by charging the net.
"First I was thinking that I should not hurry so much on the court … that I have to look how it will go," the world No.41 player said. "Then when I was 1-4 down, I was thinking like I should start to like play more power tennis."
"I was trying to be more aggressive. When I was playing against big players before, I was still like hurrying too much on the court and doing so many mistakes. So I wanted to be better now."

Mauresmo's collapse was monumental - she lost 18 of the last 21 points in the set - and never really recovered.
Safarova was unrepentant in the second. She frustrated Mauresmo with a variety of ground strokes, aggressive hitting and movement at the net.
While many were waiting for her to fall, she continued to consolidate, jumping to a 4-1 lead and capturing a double break.

Serving to save the match, Mauresmo staved off two match points, before succumbing when her backhand slammed into the net.
The pain in Safarova's right thigh, courtesy of a leg injury in the Hopman Cup, had eased and she was excited to reach the quarterfinals and play the winner of the Elena Dementieva-Nicole Vaidisova match.

"I knew if the match went longer, it will not be advantage for me, but for her, because she's more experienced. So I really like tried to concentrate on each point that I could make, to win the match in two sets," she said.
Safarova was born in Brno, the second-biggest city in the Czech Republic with a population of 366,000. It's a city rich in cultural and sporting history - home of 1998 Wimbledon champion Jana Novotna and the annual motorcycle Grand Prix.

Now it is blessed with two players on the rise - Safarova, at 19, starting her sixth season on the tour, and 21-year-old Berdych, ranked No.13 and hoping to improve on his best finish of fourth round at a Slam.

nouf
Jan 21st, 2007, 07:46 AM
AO 2007 Safarova vs Mauresmo (good quality)

http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/rids/20070121/i/r1970758145.jpghttp://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20070121/capt.mel11401210215.australia_tennis_open_mel114.j pg

Part1: http://www.megaupload.com/fr/?d=75CFBRWU
part2: http://www.megaupload.com/fr/?d=WVO4R5T4

clonesheep
Jan 21st, 2007, 08:11 AM
i'm so proud of her !!!!

i will post the complete match in my website soon

for the moment : matchpoint + interview
http://www.dailymotion.com/tennisvideos/video/x110oy_lucie-safarova-defeats-mauresmo

That's very cool! Thanks. Congratulations to Lucie for a great win. The tournament is not over yet. Keep going!

~|Naomi|~
Jan 21st, 2007, 08:48 AM
Lucie will play Nicole in an all Czech QF.
H2H is 2-1 for Nicole. Last year they played twice for a win a piece, all 3 of their matches have gone to 3 sets.

-Makiri-
Jan 21st, 2007, 12:42 PM
Congrats Lucie :D

Hant11
Jan 21st, 2007, 08:55 PM
lucie on cnn

http://www.dailymotion.com/tennisvideos/video/x119n7_lucie-safarova-interview

PerfectForm
Jan 22nd, 2007, 09:47 AM
Lucie & Nicole first up on Centre court ! Will be glued to the TV for that match, hope they both play their best!

kittyking
Jan 22nd, 2007, 11:03 AM
Good draw for Lucie IMO. If she plays well she could make the 4th Round.

:rolleyes: :p

Langers
Jan 22nd, 2007, 02:55 PM
Lucie & Nicole first up on Centre court ! Will be glued to the TV for that match, hope they both play their best!
I better be able to wake up in time. I'm up to all hours of the night after watching Nadal v Murray. :worship:
:rolleyes: :p
:lol: Good call.

rrfnpump
Jan 22nd, 2007, 04:52 PM
good luck, Lucie tomorrow :yeah:

she can definitely win this

kittyking
Jan 22nd, 2007, 10:43 PM
If Lucie wins tomorrow then she'll be the first international person I add to my signature

(come on Lucie I know that you want that so much)

Langers
Jan 23rd, 2007, 12:31 AM
So many wasted oppertunities. :( I thought she played quite well without reward. She had those two break points while Nicole was serving at 3-4 in the second set. She failed to convert and then dropped her service game the very next game. Very disappointing to lose that second set because I thought she was right back in the match and playing well. Thought she could have won today but Nicole played at the top of her game.

Great tournament but I just feel it's a premature exit.

nouf
Jan 23rd, 2007, 12:55 AM
AO2007 vaidisova vs safarova last game + interview nicole

http://www.dailymotion.com/stefff92/video/1753184

Lunaris
Jan 23rd, 2007, 01:47 AM
Nicole certainly didn't play at the top of her game especially in the 2nd set, I believe her experience helped her a lot. Lucie played nicely but wasted some opportunities to break Nicole and against these players you must take what they offer or suffer the consenquences. Despite this it was perfect tournament for Lucka with the result nobody expected and I really hope she can repeat it in the future. She definitely has the game and next time will be more aware. :worship:

rrfnpump
Jan 23rd, 2007, 04:19 AM
Lucie :sad: :(
great tournament though!

nouf
Jan 23rd, 2007, 07:01 AM
AO 2007 Vaidisova vs Safarova

http://d.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/rids/20070123/i/r16205982.jpg

part1: http://www.megaupload.com/fr/?d=2Y2T37TV
part2: http://www.megaupload.com/fr/?d=6CXRA3MS
part3: http://www.megaupload.com/fr/?d=V8CLK8Y5
part4: http://www.megaupload.com/fr/?d=Q0FTZR6F
part5: http://www.megaupload.com/fr/?d=Y7INKHXW
part6: http://www.megaupload.com/fr/?d=YG3LMDK4

~|Naomi|~
Jan 23rd, 2007, 09:05 AM
I would have loved to seen Lucie win but she did far more than I expected in this tournament so I can't be dissappointed with this match. Lucie had an amazing tournament. Hopefully she can keep it up:)

kittyking
Jan 24th, 2007, 01:11 AM
Lucie is definately playing well, we should definately track her progress against the top 20 too see if/when she makes it into the top 20 this year

markspot
Jan 24th, 2007, 02:22 AM
off topic,
any czeck fans here?

Can someone tell me how to pronounce Lucie's last name?
I strongly suspect that it is distorted beyond recognition by Eurosport english comentators.

Is it:

Shafarzhova
?

PerfectForm
Jan 24th, 2007, 01:52 PM
Great start to year Lucie, continue this form throughout the season!

Lunaris
Jan 24th, 2007, 10:24 PM
off topic,
any czeck fans here?

Can someone tell me how to pronounce Lucie's last name?
I strongly suspect that it is distorted beyond recognition by Eurosport english comentators.

Is it:

Shafarzhova
?
I have written it already in the GM, it's Shafaarzovaa. aa=long 'a' like in 'far' for example but a little longer.

andrewbroad
Feb 18th, 2007, 11:43 PM
I don't understand how the ř in Šafářová is pronounced. Could someone give an English word containing a phoneme which is pronounced the same way that ř is pronounced?

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