Jonathon Power, former world number one squash player, visited Prince’s Court at the end of March 2012 to try his hand at court tennis. A Canadian, Power lives in Toronto now and runs a squash academy. The second former world number one squash player to pick up the game this winter (John White, the Aussie squash coach at Drexel, has also been playing tennis, at the Racquet Club of Philadelphia), Power, now thirty-seven, was renowned for having the softest, quickest hands in the game and the wittiest remarks to referees. He retired in March 2006 after winning every major pro singles tournament, including the World Open, and earning a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games. For more details …Jonathan Power.