If you’re watching the US Open Tennis tournament on TV, and to be clear that is the only way to watch it, you’re probably well aware of two facts about the men’s draw. First, several top male players decided to sit this one out, including both Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal – as, by the way, did most of the women’s top 10. Second, the one household name in the men’s field, Novak Djokovic, ranked number one in the world with 17 majors under his belt, is also no longer playing. And it’s not because he lost, or tested positive for the virus, or just grew tired or bubble life, which, unlike the NBA version, sounds pretty miserable. Djokovic is out after defaulting during his round of 16 match with Pablo Carreno Busto, who despite being ranked 20th in the world, should have been little match for the most dominant player in the game.