Yes he's right. If he were to sit on Roglic wheel all day you won't hear me complain. He's the one in front. No problem with him stating just that.I think he’s right, actually. All he has to do is follow wheels; if he loses 10-20 seconds,no worries. Any serious contender who can take more time than that on him tomorrow is going to regret going so deep, if he’s in the shape he seems to be in…I’m most interested in how Ineos play this; I don’t think Roglic has the team to take the fight to him this week.
But why call Roglic nervous? Trying to play mind games like that is a bit lame to me. Besides, saying stuff like that more often than not backfires and only tends to motivate your opponent.