Because I am always trying to improve my forehand, I am now trying to add pronation to my backswing for my forehand. As of now I use semi western grip and I find that majority of the time when i play against people Im forced to play behind the baseline in order for my forehand to feel comfortable because I have fairly large backswing. I know Im supposed to shorten the backswing, but when I do I notice lack of pace and spin (naturally) sometimes even a drop in accuracy. So after reading and researching a bit I found that a lot of good players tend to pronate their forearms during the racket drop of their backswing. I have read that the positives of this being more power and spin with a smaller backswing. I tried adding pronation to my backswing but it just feels so awkward. Also when I hit with it I seem to lose a lot of control, I cant control depth and height well. I frame quite a bit with it too. So what I'm asking for is any tips on how to introduce pronation to my backswing? I know the baseline problem can easily be solved by decent footwork but I still want to improve my forehand anyways. I know theres nothing wrong with my forehand but I'm always interested in improving it. Help is greatly appreciated.