French Open 2012: Wild Day Of Semifinals Action Begins Friday

Just four competitors remain on the men's side of the 2012 French Open, and all of them are currently ranked among the best in the world. We've had a great past week and a half of tennis and we are just a few matches away from determining a champion at Rolland Garros.

The women's championship match has already been decided. Let's take a look at Friday's schedule, which will determine the two finalists for the men's portion of the event.

Matches & Start Times:

2. Rafael Nadal vs. 6. David Ferrer, 4 a.m. PST

1. Novak Djokovic vs. 3. Roger Federer, 7 a.m.

TV Schedule: You'll have to do a bit of channel flipping if you hope to watch on Friday morning. The Tennis Channel will televise the first match, Nadal vs. Ferrer, live on their station. At 11 a.m. across the country NBC will take over the coverage and air the Djokovic vs. Federer match. For those on the east coast the match should be live, but those of us on the west coast will be forced to watch tape-delayed. Kind of silly, but it is what it is.

For more on the French Open be sure to check out the SB Nation Bay Area StoryStream.

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