Madrid Open 2012: Day 4 Matches Headlined By Rafael Nadal, Victoria Azarenka, Roger Federer

The 2012 Mutua Madrid Open moves into Day 4 on Wednesday and there will be plenty of thrilling matches over the course of a packed day. Three of the top tennis players in the world will see action on Day 4 as they attempt to advance.

In Manolo Santana Stadium, Radek Stepanek will take on David Ferrer in an early afternoon match. Following that match, Nikolay Davydenko will go up against No. 2 ranked Rafael Nadal.

At night, also in Manolo Santana, top-ranked female player Victoria Azarenka will face off against Ana Ivanovic and Roger Federer will play against Milos Raonic.

Both Federer and Nadal will attempt to join top-ranked Novak Djokovic in the next round. Djokovic advanced on Day 3 by defeating Daniel Gimeno-Traver in three sets.

You can check out the full men's and womens' draws at the official site of the 2012 Madrid Open. For more from the 2012 Madrid open, stay tuned to SB Nation's dedicated tennis hub.

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