Frankly it's absolutely better than many experts and myself expected. If he already has on cards that he still needs to improve his long climbing shape that bodes very well for a good outing in Italy!Roglic hasn't really worked on his longer climbing efforts yet. That's what the coming month is for. The level he is at currently is probably already higher than they expected. So the fact that he is at least able to sprint for these bonus seconds is already, well, a bonus.
I didn't want to criticize him. I only had the same observation Roglic apparently got himself.
Also there was no need to show his current shape on longer climbs so far . So he probably rather keeps his powder dry a bit.
We'll see whether Jens Voigt is correct that Roglic already has got great shape, but actually might fade at the end of the Giro d'Italia or whether the Slovenian gets his act together in Italy.
Evenepoel isn't completely free of a potential meltdown either. It's not likely, but he has collapsed before.