How does wheelsucking even come up in responding to my post? First of all, in a sprint to the line it's not called "wheelsucking," but "positioning." Secondly, Evenepoel indeed matched Roglic in power over the last 300 meters, but only was badly positioned and thus started way too far back. Roglic played it perfectly, so chapeau, although he was lucky too, because had Evenepoel been better positioned it's likely that the Belgian would have claimed victory, since he was faster.
Roglic has more experience with these his almost signature, trademark finishes. However, tomorrow is a MTF at over 2100 meters. So this will be the first real test for those wanting to win this Vuelta a Catalunya.