Brajkovic: No stopping Team Sky now
Astana rider Janez Brajkovic says Team Sky have got the yellow jersey sewn up for Bradley Wiggins, and that they deserve their victory.
"We have to be realistic," Brajkovic told Matt Rendell after an arduous Stage 16 in which he cemented his place in the GC top ten.
"I think there's no team that is capable of attacking [Team Sky] or taking the yellow jersey from Wiggins."
And Brajkovic added: "My opinion is they really deserve that yellow jersey, and the 1-2 podium, and there's nothing we can do - they're just better than us."
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