2012 French Open Schedule, TV Times, Matches And More

We have just one more day of quarterfinals action remaining at beautiful Rolland Garros before the semifinal matches begin. The 2012 French Open has been a wild one thus far and many of the world's top players remain in the hunt for a title. With big names such as Rafael Nadal and Maria Sharapova scheduled to play on Wednesday, you can bet we'll be in for a great day of action.

Here is the schedule, start times and more for Wednesday:

Matches & Start Times: The first matches will begin around 5 a.m. and carry on throughout the day.

Men's:

Rafael Nadal vs. Nicolas Almagro, 7 a.m. MST

Andy Murray vs. David Ferrer, 7 a.m. MST

Women's:

Maria Sharapova vs. Kaia Kanepi, 5 a.m. MST

Petra Kvitova vs. Yaroslava Shvedova, 5 a.m. MST

TV Schedule: ESPN2 and ESPN2 HD will provide the live telecast of all the action.

Check out the complete scoreboard for the French Open here.

For continued updates on the tournament be sure to check out the SB Nation Bay Area StoryStream.

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