The Frenchwoman says the issue is the purpose behind a her absence of shape in the course of the most recent quite a long while
Andrea Tafi has not been recorded in the 2019 Dimension Data list regardless of gossipy tidbits he would ride for the South African group.
Tafi intends to ride Paris-Roubaix one year from now, 20 years after he brought home the pined for cobble trophy.
The 52-year-old has enrolled with the UCI testing pool and says he has discovered a group to help his desire.
Bits of gossip had circled that Tafi would join Dimension Data for the 2019 Monument, yet the group has denied that.
The 2019 rider list for Dimension Data, distributed a week ago, incorporates Brits Mark Cavendish and Steve Cummings, and in addition new signings Enrico Gasparotto and Giacomo Nizzolo, however no Tafi.
Head of execution at Dimension Data, Rolf Aldag told that Tafi won’t ride for the WorldTour group.
Aldag stated: “He’s not with us, I can promise you that.”
Tafi won the French cobbled Monument in 1999 as Italian boss, at that point 32 years of age, with Team Mapei.
The Tuscan resigned in 2005.
His last support, 14 years prior, he put 42nd hustling for Team Saunier Duval.
Australian Mathew Hayman (Mitchelton-Scott) won the race in 2016 at 37 years of age.
The most seasoned victor is Frenchman Gilbert Duclos-Lassalle, who won twice, the second time in 1993 at 38 years of age.
Nobody at any point resigned and returned 20 years after the fact to race, not to mention win.
Tafi’s previous colleague Paolo Bettini as of late talked freely to demoralize Tafi from riding the cobbled Classic.
Bettini stated: “To Andrea I say, I trust you don’t race, you have to accomplish something unique in your life at 52 years of age.”