Pablo Carreno Busta's Ominous Prediction before Novak Djokovic encounter

Third Serve

G.O.A.T.
The establishment briefed him on what would happen prior to the match. I'm still trying to figure out how they perfectly placed the linesperson. But I don't have the security clearance to give those answers.

I texted Federer but he is not replying.
Federer just sent me an email that self-deletes in a minute. It says to tell Fedpo to keep quiet about the incident. He also says for you to check your PayPal account for advance hush money.
 

Subway Tennis

Hall of Fame
The establishment briefed him on what would happen prior to the match. I'm still trying to figure out how they perfectly placed the linesperson. But I don't have the security clearance to give those answers.

I texted Federer but he is not replying.
The linesperson knew where to position themselves, because they had a 5G responder implant and their movements were being controlled by the eatablishment.

 

tonylg

Hall of Fame
Busta knew he'd figured out Djokovid and would win. He was leading when, realising the same thing, Djokovid snapped and robbed Busta of the win.
 

TimHenmanATG

Hall of Fame
Busta knew he'd figured out Djokovid and would win. He was leading when, realising the same thing, Djokovid snapped and robbed Busta of the win.
Let's not forget what led up to Djokovic's petulant antics. Pablo was just about to serve out the first set.

Novak knew that his back was against the wall against one-time US Open semi-finalist Carreño Busta, so he took the coward's way out and contrived a reason to "lose with an asterisk", rather than face his inevitable fate at the hands of the superior Spaniard.

There's no shame in being bested by Busta, but Djokovic should have taken it like a man, rather than resorting to bizarre behaviour in an ill-conceived attempt to save face.
 
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