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PREVIEW NOTES/DAY ONE: Thursday, March 13, 2008

ATP Masters Series Preview
Indian Wells, California
SITE: Indian Wells Tennis Garden
DATE: March 13-23, 2008
PRIZE MONEY: $3,589,000 (3,339,000 on-site)
DRAW: 96 singles/32 doubles

Welcome to the Pacific Life Open, the first ATP Masters Series tournament of the year on the ATP circuit, to be played at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden in California. The nine ATP Masters Series tournaments bring together the best fields in tennis at the most prestigious venues. This year’s field consists of 47 of the Top 50 players in the latest South African Airways ATP Rankings, including every player in the Top 45. The only players missing are in the Top 50 are: No. 46 Steve Darcis, No. 47 Fabrice Santoro and No. 50 Agustin Calleri. In addition, six of the seven active players (except Gustavo Kuerten) to rank No. 1 are in the tournament.

This is one of four outdoor hard court tournaments in the ATP Masters Series (Miami, Toronto and Cincinnati are the others), while three are on clay (Monte Carlo, Rome, Hamburg) and two are indoors late in the year (Madrid, Paris). The 2008 ATP circuit ends with the prestigious Tennis Masters Cup, the official year-end tournament held this year in Shanghai, China, and which is co-owned by the ATP, Grand Slams and ITF.



The South African Airways ATP Rankings are the official rankings in men’s tennis, which began on Aug. 23, 1973. Points are calculated from a player’s performance in the four Grand Slams, the nine ATP Masters Series tournaments and best five International Series events. The season-ending Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai will count as an additional 19th tournament for the eight players who qualify. Below is the ATP Rankings points and prize money breakdown for Indian Wells:


Rank Points 500 350 225 125 75 35 20 5

Prize Money $555,000 277,500 138,750 73,000 37,000 20,000 9,900 5,000


Rank Points 500 350 225 125 75 0

Prize Money 195,000 112,000 50,000 21,100 11,000 3,500

2007 ATP MASTERS SERIES WINNERS – Last year the top three players accounted for seven of the nine ATP Masters Series titles, led by No. 2 Rafael Nadal who won three AMS shields, including Indian Wells. No. 1 Roger Federer and No. 3 Novak Djokovic along with David Nalbandian each won two AMS titles. Here is a look back at last year’s finals:

2007 Champion Finalist

Indian Wells Rafael Nadal Novak Djokovic

Miami Novak Djokovic Guillermo Canas
Monte Carlo Rafael Nadal Roger Federer
Rome Rafael Nadal Fernando Gonzalez
Hamburg Roger Federer Rafael Nadal
Montreal Novak Djokovic Roger Federer
Cincinnati Roger Federer James Blake
Madrid David Nalbandian Roger Federer
Paris David Nalbandian Rafael Nadal


Here’s a quick look at the Indian Wells singles and doubles finals since 1990 (bold indicates in this year’s draw):

2007—Rafael Nadal d. Novak Djokovic 62 75   M. Damm/L. Paes d. J. Erlich/A. Ram 64 64
2006Roger Federer d. James Blake 75 63 60   M. Knowles/D. Nestor d. B. Bryan/M. Bryan 64 64
2005Roger Federer d. Lleyton Hewitt 62 64 64   M. Knowles/D. Nestor d. W. Arthurs/P. Hanley 76(6) 76(2)
2004—Roger Federer d. Tim Henman 63 63   A. Clement/S. Grosjean d. W. Black/K. Ullyett 64 64
2003—Lleyton Hewitt d. Gustavo Kuerten 61 61   W. Ferreira/Kafelnikov d. B. Bryan/M. Bryan 36 75 64
2002Lleyton Hewitt d. Tim Henman 61 62   M. Knowles/D. Nestor d. R. Federer/M. Mirnyi 64 64
2001— Andre Agassi d. Pete Sampras 76(5) 75 61   W. Ferreira/Kafelnikov d. Bjorkman/Woodbridge 62 75
2000—Alex Corretja d. Thomas Enqvist 64 63 63   O’Brien/Palmer d. Haarhuis/Stolle 64 76(5)
1999—Mark Philippoussis d. Carlos Moya 57 64 64 46 62   W. Black/Stolle d. E. Ferreira/Leach 76(4) 63
1998— Marcelo Rios d. Greg Rusedski 63 67(15) 76(4) 64   Bjorkman/Rafter d. Martin/Reneberg 64 76(3)
1997— Michael Chang d. Bohdan Ulihrach 46 63 64 63   Knowles/Nestor d. Philippoussis/Rafter 76(6) 46 75
1996—Michael Chang d. Paul Haarhuis 75 61 61   Woodbridge/Woodforde d. MacPhie/Tebbutt 16 62 62
1995—Pete Sampras d. Andre Agassi 75 63 75   Ho/Steven d. Muller/Norval 64 76
1994—Pete Sampras d. Petr Korda 46 63 36 63 62   Connell/Galbraith d. Black/Stark 75 63
1993—Jim Courier d. Wayne Ferreira 63 63 61   Forget/Leconte d. L. Jensen/Melville 64 75
1992— Michael Chang d. Andrei Chesnokov 63 64 75   DeVries/Macpherson d. Kinnear/Salumaa 46 63 63
1991—Jim Courier d. Guy Forget 46 63 46 63 76   Courier/J. Sanchez d. Forget/Leconte 76 36 63
1990—Stefan Edberg d. Andre Agassi 64 57 76 76   Becker/Forget d. Grabb/P. McEnroe 46 64 63


Can it be done? Winning all nine ATP Masters Series titles is perhaps the most difficult task in professional tennis. Andre Agassi is the closest to accomplishing this feat having won seven of the nine different shields while Federer won his sixth different AMS title in Madrid. Here is a look at the leading multiple ATP Masters Series title winners among active players:

Player (Total AMS) Different AMS Tournaments

Roger Federer (14) 6 '02 & '04-‘05 Hamburg, '04-06 Indian Wells, '04 & ‘06 Toronto, ‘05-06 Miami, ’05 Cincinnati, ’06 Madrid
Rafael Nadal (9) 5 ’05 Monte-Carlo, ’05-06 Rome, ’05 Montreal, ’05 Madrid, ’07 Indian Wells
Gustavo Kuerten (5) 4 ’99 & ‘01 Monte-Carlo, ’99 Rome, ’00 Hamburg, ’01 Cincinnati
Marat Safin (5) 3 '00 Toronto, '00, '02, '04 Paris, '04 Madrid
Juan Carlos Ferrero (4) 3 ‘01 Rome, ‘02 & ‘03 Monte-Carlo, ‘03 Madrid
Andy Roddick (4) 3 '03 Montreal, '03 Cincinnati, '04 Miami
Carlos Moya (3) 3 '98 Monte-Carlo, '02 Cincinnati, '04 Rome


Federer has captured back-to-back ATP Masters Series titles in Indian Wells and Miami in 2005-06. He is one of six players to win consecutive ATP Masters Series titles in Indian Wells and Miami since 1990:

Player ATP Masters Series Titles

David Nalbandian 2007 Madrid, Paris
Rafael Nadal 2007 Monte Carlo, Rome
Rafael Nadal 2006 Monte Carlo, Rome
Roger Federer 2006 Indian Wells, Miami
Rafael Nadal 2005 Monte Carlo, Rome
Roger Federer 2005 Indian Wells, Miami
Marat Safin 2004 Madrid, Paris
Andy Roddick 2003 Montreal, Cincinnati
Andre Agassi 2001 Indian Wells, Miami
Marcelo Rios 1998 Indian Wells, Miami
Patrick Rafter 1998 Toronto, Cincinnati
Andre Agassi 1995 Montreal, Cincinnati
Pete Sampras 1994 Indian Wells, Miami
Andrei Medvedev 1994 Monte Carlo, Hamburg
Michael Chang 1992 Indian Wells, Miami
Jim Courier 1991 Indian Wells, Miami



Andre Agassi 209-73
Pete Sampras 190-70
Roger Federer 156-47
Michael Chang 137-79
Jim Courier 130-66

PLAYERS TO RANK NO. 1 IN DRAW (First-time No. 1)

Roger Federer (Feb. 2, 2004) -- 215 weeks (current)
Andy Roddick (Nov. 3, 2003) -- 13 weeks
Juan Carlos Ferrero (Sept. 8, 2003) -- 8 weeks
Lleyton Hewitt (Nov. 19, 2001) -- 80 weeks
Marat Safin (Nov. 20, 2000) -- 9 weeks
Carlos Moya (Mar. 15, 1999) -- 2 weeks


There have been 53 different winners of the ATP Masters Series tournaments since 1990. Of those 53 winners, 30 have won at least two AMS titles. There are 16 former AMS champions playing in this year’s tournament (bold):

Player Career AMS Titles

Andre Agassi 17 Richard Krajicek 2
Roger Federer 14 David Nalbandian 2
Pete Sampras 11 Patrick Rafter 2
Rafael Nadal 9 Michael Stich 2
Thomas Muster 8 Juan Aguilera 1
Michael Chang 7 Tomas Berdych 1
Boris Becker 5 Guillermo Canas 1
Jim Courier 5 Roberto Carretero 1
Gustavo Kuerten 5 Albert Costa 1
Marcelo Rios 5 Nikolay Davydenko 1
Marat Safin 5 Sebastien Grosjean 1
Stefan Edberg 4 Tommy Haas 1
Juan Carlos Ferrero 4
Tim Henman 1
Andrei Medvedev 4 Thomas Johansson 1
Andy Roddick 4
Petr Korda 1
Thomas Enqvist 3 Felix Mantilla 1
Carlos Moya 3 Magnus Norman 1
Sergi Bruguera 2 Karel Novacek 1
Andrei Chesnokov 2 Andrei Pavel 1
Guillermo Coria 2 Mikael Pernfors 1
Alex Corretja 2 Mark Philippoussis 1
Novak Djokovic 2 Cedric Pioline 1
Wayne Ferreira 2 Albert Portas 1
Guy Forget 2 Tommy Robredo 1
Lleyton Hewitt 2
Greg Rusedski 1
Goran Ivanisevic 2 Emilio Sanchez 1
Chris Woodruff 1


In 2005, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal became the first players in ATP history to win four ATP Masters Series shields in one year. Federer accomplished the feat again in 2006. Here is a look at the players who have won at least three AMS titles in the same year:

Year Player AMS Titles

2007 Rafael Nadal Indian Wells, Monte Carlo, Rome
2006 Roger Federer Indian Wells, Miami, Toronto, Madrid
2005 Roger Federer Indian Wells, Miami, Hamburg, Cincinnati
2005 Rafael Nadal Monte Carlo, Rome, Montreal, Madrid
2004 Roger Federer Indian Wells, Hamburg, Toronto
2002 Andre Agassi Miami, Rome, Madrid
1998 Marcelo Rios Indian Wells, Miami, Rome
1995 Andre Agassi Miami, Montreal, Cincinnati
1995 Thomas Muster Monte Carlo, Rome, Essen*
1994 Pete Sampras Indian Wells, Miami, Rome
1990 Stefan Edberg Indian Wells, Cincinnati, Paris
* Held in Essen for one year before moving to Stuttgart in 1996


This year’s draw features an impressive field with the 47 of the Top 50 players (45 of 45) in the South African Airways ATP Rankings, including 16 of the 18 ATP winners this season (except Steve Darcis, Sergiy Stakhovsky).

Former champions: 3 – Rafael Nadal (2007), Roger Federer (2004-06), Lleyton Hewitt (2002-03)

Wild cards: 5 – Mario Ancic, Robby Ginepri, John Isner, Jesse Levine, Donald Young

Qualifiers: 12 – Paul Capdeville, Rik DeVoest, Santiago Giraldo, Robin Haase, Igor Kunitsyn, Yen-Hsun Lu, Max Mirnyi, Kei Nishikori, Wayne Odesnik, Bobby Reynolds, Florent Serra, Dusan Vemic,

Youngest in Draw: Kei Nishikori (18 years, 2 months)

Oldest in Draw: Jonas Bjorkman (35 years, 11 months)

Countries (31) in Draw: France (12), Spain, U.S. (11 players each); Argentina, Russia (7 each), Germany (6)

2008 ATP Tournament Winners in Draw (16 of 18): 2 – Nicolas Almagro, Michael Llodra, Andy Murray, Andy Roddick; 1 Each – Novak Djokovic, Fernando Gonzalez, Philipp Kohlschreiber, David Nalbandian, Kei Nishikori, Sam Querrey, Dmitry Tursunov and Mikhail Youzhny.


World No. 1 Roger Federer comes in as the top seed for the fifth consecutive year and the former three-time champion (2004-06) will be looking to capture his first title in 2008. Federer will take on the winner of Sergio Roitman and Guillermo Garcia-Lopez in his opening round match. The first seed he could play is No. 25 Nicolas Almagro in the third round.

Federer's top half of the draw includes possible fourth round opponents No. 15 Tommy Robredo or No. 23 Ivan Ljubicic along with quarterfinal opponents No. 6 Andy Roddick or No. 11 Andy Murray, both two-time ATP winners this season.

Roddick and Murray have tricky opening round matches. The American plays the winner of Tommy Haas and Julien Benneteau while the British No. 1 takes on the Jurgen Melzer and Marat Safin survivor. The first seed Murray could face is No. 20 Ivo Karlovic in the third round.

In the second quarter of the draw, the highest seeds are No. 4 Nikolay Davydenko, No. 7 David Nalbandian, No. 12 Fernando Gonzalez and No. 13 Mikhail Youzhny. No. 24 and two-time winner Lleyton Hewitt also is in that section. Hewitt opens against the winner of Luis Horna-Las Vegas champion Sam Querrey.

In the bottom half of the draw (third quarter), No. 3 and last year's finalist Novak Djokovic, No. 5 David Ferrer, No. 10 Tomas Berdych and No. 16 Guillermo Canas, who upset Roger Federer last year, are the highest seeds. Six of the 12 qualifiers in the tournament are also in this section of the draw. Djokovic's first seeded opponent is No. 27 Philipp Kohlschreiber and he could meet Canas or No. 21 Juan Monaco in the fourth round.

In the final quarter of the draw, No. 2 and defending champion Rafael Nadal opens against qualifier Santiago Giraldo or Austrian Werner Eschauer. Nadal could meet countryman and close friend Feliciano Lopez, the No. 32 seed, in the third round. Possible fourth round opponents include either Frenchmen No. 14 Paul-Henri Mathieu or No. 17/Australian Open runner-up Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Nadal lost to Tsonga in the semifinals in Melbourne.

No. 8 Richard Gasquet and No. 9 James Blake are the highest seeds in Nadal's section. He could meet one of them in the quarterfinals. Gasquet opens with the winner of countryman Sebastien Grosjean and Robin Soderling while Blake takes on the winner of Potito Starace and Marc Gicquel.

The wild cards in the tournament are Mario Ancic (vs. Monfils) and Americans Robby Ginepri (vs. Vincent Spadea), John Isner (vs. Simone Bolelli), Jesse Levine (vs. Stanislas Wawrinka), and Donald Young (vs.qualifier Bobby Reynolds).


The top eight seeded teams are: 1) Bob-Mike Bryan, two-time finalists (2003, ’06) and playing in Indian Wells for the 10th straight year, 2) Simon Aspelin-Julian Knowle, 3) Daniel Nestor-Nenad Zimonjic, 4) Jonathan Erlich-Andy Ram, 5) Martin Damm-Pavel Vizner, 6) Mahesh Bhupathi-Mark Knowles, 7) Arnaud Clement-Michael Llodra, and 8) Paul Hanley-Leander Paes.

In last year’s final, Damm-Paes (no longer playing together) defeated Erlich-Ram 6-4, 6-4. Knowles-Nestor (also no longer together) have captured the title four times (1997, 2002, ’05-06).

The top-seeded Bryans are also looking to win their first ATP title of the season after four runner-up showings in five tournaments (Sydney, Delray Beach, San Jose, Las Vegas). The Bryans are 16-5 this season.

The No. 1 team in the Stanford ATP Doubles Race is Erlich-Ram, who captured their first Grand Slam title together at the Australian Open in January.


Stadium 1

Jesse Levine (USA) vs Stanislas Wawrinka (SUI) First Meeting

Levine FastFacts:
2008 Highlights:
YTD W-L: 2-5
YTD Titles: 0
Career Titles: 0
Date of Birth: October 15, 1987
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 163

Wawrinka FastFacts:
2008 Highlights:
: Doha (l Murray);
YTD W-L: 7-5
YTD Titles: 0
Career Titles: 1
Date of Birth: March 28, 1985
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 35

Robby Ginepri (USA) vs Vincent Spadea (USA) Spadea Leads 4-2
04 Lyon (France) Carpet R32 Vincent Spadea 6-4 6-3
05 Auckland (New Zealand) Hard R16 Robby Ginepri 7-5 6-3
05 ATP Masters Series Miami (U.S.A.) Hard R64 Vincent Spadea 6-3 6-4
05 Indianapolis (U.S.A.) Hard R32 Robby Ginepri 6-4 6-3
07 ATP Masters Series Miami (U.S.A.) Hard R128 Vincent Spadea 6-1 6-3
07 Houston (U.S.A.) Clay R32 Vincent Spadea 6-3 3-6 6-3
Other Meetings:
08 Waikoloa Challenger (U.S.A.) Hard R16 Vincent Spadea 7-5 7-5

Ginepri FastFacts:
2008 Highlights:
: Delray Beach (l Blake); San Jose (l Stepanek); Las Vegas (l Anderson);
YTD W-L: 9-3
YTD Titles: 0
Career Titles: 2
Date of Birth: October 7, 1982
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 91

Spadea FastFacts:
2008 Highlights:
: Adelaide (l Nieminen); Delray Beach (l Querrey);
YTD W-L: 6-5
YTD Titles: 0
Career Titles: 1
Date of Birth: July 19, 1974
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 74

Bobby Reynolds (USA) vs Donald Young (USA) First ATP Meeting
Other Meetings
06 Louisville Challenger (USA) Hard R16 Donald Young 2-6 6-3 6-4
07 Aptos Challenger (USA) Hard F Donald Young 7-5 6-0
07 Tulsa Challenger (USA) Hard QF Donald Young 7-6(2) 6-4

Reynolds FastFacts:
2008 Highlights:
: Delray Beach (l Nishikori);
YTD W-L: 3-4
YTD Titles: 0
Career Titles: 0
Date of Birth: July 17, 1982
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 106

Young FastFacts:
2008 Highlights:
: Memphis (l Bjorkman);
YTD W-L: 2-4
YTD Titles: 0
Career Titles: 0
Date of Birth: July 23, 1989
South African Airways ATP Ranking: 86

Stadium 2

Hyung-Taik Lee (KOR) vs Michael Llodra (FRA) Llodra Leads 1-0
08 Auckland (New Zealand) Hard R32 Michael Llodra 6-1 6-4

Sebastien Grosjean (FRA) vs Robin Soderling (SWE) Soderling Leads 2-0
04 ATP Masters Series Cincinnati (USA) Hard R64 Robin Soderling 3-6 6-3 6-4
07 Wimbledon (Great Britain) Grass R64 Robin Soderling 6-3 3-6 6-3 6-2

Dmitry Tursunov (RUS) vs Benjamin Becker (GER) Tursunov Leads 2-0
06 Indianapolis (U.S.A.) Hard R32 Dmitry Tursunov 6-3 5-7 2-1 ret
07 Bangkok (Thailand) Hard F Dmitry Tursunov 6-2 6-1
Other Meetings:
06 Dnepropetrovsk CH (Ukraine) Hard F Dmitry Tursunov 7-6(7) 6-4

Stadium 3

Dudi Sela (ISR) vs Nicolas Kiefer (GER) Kiefer Leads 1-0
07 Beijing (China) Hard R32 Nicolas Kiefer 6-2 6-3

Filippo Volandri (ITA) vs Jonas Bjorkman (SWE) Bjorkman Leads 2-0
03 US Open (U.S.A.) Hard R128 Jonas Bjorkman 6-1 6-4 6-0
03 Vienna (Austria) Hard R32 Jonas Bjorkman 6-1 6-4

Arnaud Clement (FRA) vs Olivier Rochus (BEL) Clement Leads 3-0
02 Miami TMS (U.S.A.) Hard R128 Arnaud Clement 6-2 7-5
02 Wimbledon (England) Grass R32 Arnaud Clement 6-0 7-5 6-3
04 Marseille (France) Hard R16 Arnaud Clement 7-6(8) 7-6(1)

Igor Kunitsyn (RUS) vs Wayne Odesnik (USA) First Meeting

Dusan Vemic (SRB) vs Robin Haase (NED) First Meeting

Court 4

Potito Starace (ITA) vs Marc Gicquel (FRA) First Meeting

Court 6

Andreas Seppi (ITA) vs Paul Capdeville (CHI) First Meeting

Xavier Malisse (BEL) vs Florent Serra (FRA) Serra Leads 1-0
06 Adelaide (Australia) Hard F Florent Serra 6-3 6-4

Court 7

Santiago Giraldo (COL) vs Werner Eschauer (AUT) First Meeting

Court 8

Frank Dancevic (CAN) vs Alejandro Falla (COL) First Meeting


Sergio Roitman (ARG) vs Guillermo Garcia-Lopez (ESP) Roitman Leads 1-0
07 Kitzbuhel (Austria) Clay R64 Sergio Roitman 2-6 6-1 6-1

Evgeny Korolev (RUS) vs Nicolas Mahut (FRA) First Meeting

Kei Nishikori (JPN) vs Marin Cilic (CRO) First Meeting

Janko Tipsarevic (SRB) vs Nicolas Massu (CHI) Massu Leads 1-0
04 Roland Garros (France) Clay R128 Nicolas Massu 3-6 6-1 6-4 7-6(3)

Jurgen Melzer (AUT) vs Marat Safin (RUS) Melzer Leads 2-1
04 ATP Masters Series Hamburg (Germany)Clay R16 Jurgen Melzer 6-4 6-4
04 ATP Masters Series Paris (France) Carpet R16 Marat Safin 6-2 7-5
06 Metz (France) Hard R16 Jurgen Melzer 4-6 6-2 7-6(5)

Rik De Voest (RSA) vs Michael Berrer (GER) First ATP Meeting
Other Meetings:
02 France Futures 17 (Plaisir) Hard R16 Rik De Voest 6-3 2-1 ret

Victor Hanescu (ROU) vs Albert Montanes (ESP) Hanescu Leads 3-1
05 Sopot (Poland) Clay R32 Victor Hanescu 7-6(3) 5-7 6-3
05 US Open (U.S.A.) Hard R128 Albert Montanes 6-4 3-6 6-3 2-1 ret
07 Amersfoort (The Netherlands) Clay R32 Victor Hanescu 7-6(3) 4-6 7-6(4)
07 Bucharest (Romania) Clay R16 Victor Hanescu 6-3 6-2
Other Meetings:
01 Freudenstadt CH (Germany) Clay F Albert Montanes 6-0 6-3
07 ATP Masters Series Rome Q (Italy) Clay -- Albert Montanes 6-4 6-4

Tommy Haas (GER) vs Julien Benneteau (FRA) Haas Leads 1-0
06 Memphis (U.S.A.) Hard SF Tommy Haas 6-3 6-1

Simone Bolelli (ITA) vs John Isner (USA) First Meeting

Florian Mayer (GER) vs Mardy Fish (USA) Fish Leads 1-0
07 New Haven (U.S.A.) Hard R64 Mardy Fish 4-6 7-5 6-4

Luis Horna (PER) vs Sam Querrey (USA) Querrey Leads 1-0
07 Estoril (Portugal) Clay R32 Sam Querrey 7-6(5) 6-4

Gilles Simon (FRA) vs Carlos Berlocq (ARG) Simon Leads 1-0
07 Bucharest (Romania) Clay SF Gilles Simon 6-7(4) 6-2 6-3

Mario Ancic (CRO) vs Gael Monfils (FRA) Ancic Leads 1-0
05 Wimbledon (England) Grass R32 Mario Ancic 6-3 6-3 6-1

Thomas Johansson (SWE) vs Yen-Hsun Lu (TPE) Johansson Leads 1-0
07 Las Vegas (U.S.A.) Hard RR Thomas Johansson 6-0 6-1

Jose Acasuso (ARG) vs Max Mirnyi (BLR) Acasuso Leads 1-0
05 Roland Garros (France) Clay R128 Jose Acasuso 6-4 7-6(9) 6-2

Oscar Hernandez (ESP) vs Ernests Gulbis (LAT) First Meeting


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