Originally Posted by 10isfreak
His usual swing on hard courts does involve a ww follow-through. As for the swing itself there is not a lot of difference between the reverse forehand and a standard ww forehand. The point being that both players show extensively similar mechanics, contrary to common beliefs.
As for the sake of comparison, we‘d have to compare Federer and Nadal both doing a reverse forehand to get a real idea... whether Nadal uses it more often or not is of no relevance here because we compare swings, not tactics.
I don't think he uses the WW more on HC
he mostly uses it when he hits winners against high balls. I have never seen him hit a WW Forehand below net cord Level.