What is it like to be in the Tour de France yellow jersey for a day?

An icon of the sport in its own right, the yellow jersey is a prize associated with the climbers and all-rounders of the sport. However, when race organisers set a parcours that favours a flat, fast finish, sprinters have their momentFernando Gaviria in the first yellow jersey of the 2018 Tour de France (Credit: Yuzuru SunadaSprinters are often offered just a small chance to wear the Tour de France yellow jersey. We speak to some of the leading fastmen to find out what it means to spend a day in yellow

Jung: 'It's Pretty Unbelievable'

Entering this week, Jason Jung had never won a match on the ATP World Tour. But on Wednesday, when he turned to the crowd at the Dell Technologies Hall of Fame Open in Newport and put his hands in the air, the 29-year-old had broken new ground.
Jung defeated 2013 Newport champion Nicolas Mahut 6-4, 6-4 to reach his first tour-level quarter-final.
“It’s pretty unbelievable,” Jung told ATPWorldTour.com. “I’ve worked hard to get here. I think I’ve always believed I’ve had a game to be here, so it’s just cool to see the success playing out.”