Frank Schleck restarts his present season at Tour of Luxembourg folowing disappointing to finish his Giro run. The cyclist is quite confident of his present form as well as considers as one of the favourites for this forthcoming championship.
He was handed a scope to guide Team RadioShack-Nissan in Jakob Fuglsang’s place as Fuglsang is having health concerns. Frank rode very well during this season’s 1st Grand Tour race and he was appearing nice for an whole win at race.
He was quite unlucky to have finished in a clash in the 15th level of race that made him give up the event. While speaking about his future plans, Schleck said that he is flexible at this point and he should be at Tour de Suisse. He is very confident for Tour de France.
He has already communicated things which he wanted to communicate. He spoke about it in various media sections. Each and every face must be joined to know whether it is planned or not. He does not have the intention to repeat himself. He had a problem with his shoulder and as far as the Tour of Luxembourg is concerned, he is not very confident about that.
The thirty-two year old rider began riding for an amateur side called Team ACC Contern in the year 1999 and spent about a year with them. He also rode for other teams like Team De Nardi, Team Festina, Team Chateauroux and Team CSC-Tiscali. He began his professional career with Team CSC in the year 2003.