yeah they make up their odds in a very complicated way.
for anyone even more confused i apologise, but as an example, if andy or tim were playing federer in the final of a tournament (especially wimbledon) then the bookies odds would prob indicate that andy or tim would win (or greg for that matter) whereas in all liklihood they would lose
Not really, if Tim or Andy where playing Federer in the Final, the odds would be for Federer to win because he's the better player and Tim or Andy have no chance. Though if Federer was playing a better player, the odds would be very close. It doesn't matter that people would bet on them because they are British, a betters sole reason for betting is to earn a profit. Not be supportive.