For a long time, I've had this strange problem: I cannot naturally hit a FH with standard over the shoulder finish. I either exaggerate the WW motion, pronate the forearm, and finish at the waist level, or then use the reverse finish on some balls, e.g. running defensive CC FHs. Typical of the two finishes on basic rally balls is the waist level finish, with the preferred contact point a tad below shoulder height. Whenever I try to finish over the shoulder I either end up still finishing below shoulder, or open the racquet face too much, and the ball sails long. It feels almost impossible to pronate the forearm without finishing below shoulder. And if I don't pronate the forearm, the racquet face opens too much. Any ideas how to find over the shoulder finish? Should I use a lower contact point with it? Should I pronate the arm with this finish, even though it feels unnatural?