I guess that makes Philippa York, once Robert Millar, clueless then. I think you are deceived. Roglic did not pull out because his injuries risked getting worse. That's bs. He pulled out to rest up and then prepare for the Vuelta.If injury wouldn't prevent him to continue i am sure that Rogla would not abandon this race. It was becoming painfully obvious with each new stage. It was only getting worse. A guy that stomps on MTFs getting dropped on flat sections. People blaming him for it are in my opinion clueless.
Rather than soldiering on, getting dropped and finishing anonymously, as riders of less stature would have been forced by their teams to do (injuries or no injuries), TJV consented to a planned exit. Now each has a right to agree with the decision or frown upon it as disrespecting the Tour, but especially in the latter case it does not mean they are clueless.
In hindsight, moreover, with loosing Kreuswik too, not having Primoz still in to make whatever contribution he is able could now cost TJV and Vingegaard dearly.