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Mark Cavendish may have thrown some sand in the eyes by letting the important intermediate sprint pass as the green man. That gave the competition hope for the final sprint, but in a seat, he was brought to the finish in Valence. He comes 1 victory away to equal the record of Eddy Merckx of 34 victories in the TDF!!
Sonny Colbrelli seemed to be the strongest fast man in the race in recent days, which he also proved in the intermediate sprint. But – partly due to a flat tire he had to chase and spending energy he needed for the sprint. Wout Van Aert and Philipsen had to be happy with podium places for the day
Mark Cavendish is the first rider to achieve at least 3 stage wins in 7 different Tour de France, a record he had to share with Bernard Hinault until today.
For a lot of riders it was half an extra rest day today, but tomorrow they will be very different: with the climb of Mont Ventoux twice, it promises to be one of the most mythical stages of this Tour. It will be a case of getting Cavendish beating the time limit for the Deceuninck-Quickstep boys

1 Mark Cavendish DQT 4:14:07
2 Wout van Aert TJV +0
3 Jasper Philipsen AFC +0
4 Nacer Bouhanni ARK +0
5 Michael Matthews BEX +0
6 Michael Mørkøv DQT +0
7 André Greipel ISN +0
8 Peter Sagan BOH +0
9 Anthony Turgis TDE +0
10 Cees Bol DSM +0

General Classification after stage 10

1. Tadej Pogacar UAD 38:25:17
2 Ben O’Connor ACT +2:01
3 Rigoberto Urán EFN +5:18
4 Jonas Vingegaard TJV +5:32
5 Richard Carapaz IGD +5:33
6 Enric Mas MOV +5:47
7 Wilco Kelderman BOH +5:58
8 Alexey Lutsenko APT +6:12
9 Guillaume Martin COF +7:02
10 David Gaudu GFC +7:22
Green Jersey GC
1 Mark Cavendish DQT 218
2 Michael Matthews BEX 159
3 Sonny Colbrelli TBV 136
4 Jasper Philipsen AFC 133
5 Nacer Bouhanni ARK 117
6 Julian Alaphilippe DQT 99
7 Peter Sagan BOH 92
8 Tadej Pogacar UAD 89
9 Wout van Aert TJV 77