(repeats preview moved on Thursday) By Pritha Sarkar PARIS, June 6 (Reuters) - Andy Murray will draw on the experience of being a grand slam champion and Ernests Gulbis will rely on his "unhealthy diet full of ketchup" as they attempt to prevent a Rafa Nadal-Novak Djokovic final at the French Open. The last time Murray faced eight-times champion Nadal at Roland Garros, in the 2011 semi-finals, the Briton was still one of the many also-rans on the tour. "I'll give 100 percent of what I've got on Friday and see how it goes." Even that might not be enough against a man who hates leaving Roland Garros without taking a bite out of the Musketeers' Cup. When Robin Soderling designed the blueprint for beating Nadal at Roland Garros in 2009, someone should have told him to copyright the plans and sell it on the open market. Click here to read full news..