Wiggins: Evans attack was 'slightly suicidal'
Tour de France leader Bradley Wiggins said rival Cadel Evans' attack early on the mountainous Stage 11 was too risky, but praised the more cautious approach adopted by Vincenzo Nibali, another challenger for the yellow jersey.
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