Novak Djokovic and Rafel Nadal set to renew hostilities at the French Open

Andy Murray is expected to draw on his experience as the Grand Slam Champ while he and Ernests Gulbis undertake a frail attempt to put off a French Open final featuring the lethal pair of Nadal-Djokovic. Murray faced the 8 times champ Nadal for the last time back in the year 2011 at the semi finals at Roland Garros, and faced a major defeat against the same. Nevertheless, since then, the Scot has bagged the Wimbledon title sending millions of Brits into frenzy.

This success somehow seems to have convinced Murray that he can pull this feat off which he has only achieved just once in the last decade during the 5 set game on red clay. Talking about his aupcoming match, Murray commented that obviously he knows a thing or two about these tournaments and how to win them, hence he is feeling quite confident about what lies ahead of him on Friday. Murray at present is the 7th seed and hasn’t bagged a title since the glorious July day in London.

Murray further added that he is going to put in his entire effort on the court this Friday and will see how things turn out to be. However that might not be enough to face it off against a man who has a habit of leaving the court with a trophy in his hand each time. Most media pundits are quite convinced that Murray doesn’t have a chance against Nadal to step into the final, however the Spaniard refuses to disregard the chances of the Brit stating that he definitely is a strong contender. Nadal commented that not only Murray looks in great form, and feels that the upcoming match is sure going to be challenging for him.