* Citus has a great clustering story, and a small data warehousing story, afaik no timeseries story;
* TimescaleDB has a great timeseries story, and an average data warehousing story;
* Clickhouse has a great data warehousing story, an average timeseries story, and a bit meh clustering story (YMMV).
(Disclaimer: I work for a competitor)
This is a really great comparison. I might borrow it in the future :-)
But yes, if you have classic OLAP-style queries (e.g., queries that need to touch every database row), Clickhouse is likely the better option.
For anything time-series related, and/or if you like/love Postgres, that is where TimescaleDB shines. (But please make sure you turn on compression!)
TimescaleDB also has a good clustering story, which is also improving over time. 
What competitor btw? I tried to open a link from your profile but it does not work.