A Mas you have to ask for more

We have to ask a little more for the Balearic Islands. Being involved in that fight for the drawer of Paris in which he has not been at any time.

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In this penultimate stage of the Tour, nothing was being played anymore, because the first three had already been seen. The only thing was the second and third. Vingegaard has shown that he was a better time trialist than Carapaz, which was already more or less known on paper. Pogacar was limited to completing the procedure of doing the time trial to arrive in yellow tomorrow to Paris. Van Aert did have a spectacular time trial. It went from less to more, perhaps due to the appendicitis operation in the month of May. And his team, despite Roglic's abandonment due to a fall, has been outstanding.

At the end he takes a second place in the general and three stages. Instead, I have a bittersweet taste with Mas. Last year he was fifth, and for me, it is the same as the sixth this year because if we remove O'Connor, who has finished fourth due to a breakaway in which he achieved stage victory, then he would have signed the same place. We have to ask a little more. Being involved in that fight for the drawer of Paris in which he has not been at any time. We have had a clear dominator on the Tour which has been Pogacar and another clear dominator on the arrivals, which has been Cavendish. And this Sunday the only thing we have left is to know if the sprinter will beat the record of victories in the Tour, which of course, will be among the candidates.

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