Langkawi winner looking for Paris-Nice opportunity

France's Anthony Charteau is out to repeat his Le Tour de Langkawi success on home soil in the Paris-Nice. Charteau is convinced that he has better form than ever before and while he may not be the favourite, could stand a chance on general classification in the stage race if it plays out right.

"I feel really good," the Crédit Agricole rider said. "I spent one week to recover [after Langkawi] when I returned home. Then I felt very strong at the Tour du Haut-Var, unfortunately I broke two wheels towards the finish of the race. I was also ok in Lugano."

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