I would love it but I think the level uphill will be much higher than in 2019.Now onto the Tour & let's see where this goes, i.e. the route itself seems to have been (no surprise here) designed with Alaphilippe's puncheur qualities in mind.
Just look at stage 1 & 2, i.e. both have an uphill sprint finish:
So I wouldn't be surprised to see Alaphilippe in yellow on day 1 or 2, followed by a time trial (stage 5) in which he could also surprise (like in 2019).
IMO he's the potential third man in the battle for yellow behind Pogacar & Roglic.
Nice to see Alaphilippe returning to great shape just in time for FW and LBL, although the latter one is starting to look like a cursed race for him.