Contador's attacks fail to cause major damage at the Tour

contador, alberto, tour, tdf, tour de france, 2011

Alberto Contador's attacks have had a limited effect at the Tour de France this year. He faces one of the last major mountain stages tomorrow in the Alps nearly two minutes down on favourite Cadel Evans.

"If he wants to win the Tour," said Saxo Bank general manager, Bjarne Riis, "he needs to attack. He needs to attack everybody."

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