It's mostly all about baseball and horses around the household of tennis icons Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf.
So far their oldest child, 10-year-old son Jaden, lives and breathes baseball, showing no interest in following in the footsteps of his famous parents.
Granted, it's early, but the upcoming tennis player in the family may be Jaden's sister, Jaz, 8. She plays tennis two or three times a week "because she enjoys it," her father said.
Jaden prefers picking up a glove over a racket. He doesn't play at all, his father said.
"It's full-on baseball, club ball, travel ball, tournaments in Arizona, California. And he loves it so much," said Agassi, who has traded his lifetime of tennis courts for baseball diamonds.
"I live and die with every swing of the bat and with every play in the outfield," Agassi said during an interview this week.
"He's such a diehard loyalist to his Las Vegas Venom team that his request when we just moved into a new house was to paint his room Venom green. Despite our better judgment, it actually looks pretty cool."
Jaz's main interests?
"She loves break dancing and hip-hop and horses. She loves to do her horse shows," said Agassi, who admits he hasn't gotten over "how unsettling it is to watch a little girl on the back of a 1,200-pound animal going airborne."
The important thing is they are pursuing what they love.
Agassi was hitting tennis balls with tennis greats when he was 4 but hated the game by the time he was 7.
However, things turned out all right: He ended up with 60 career tournaments, eight Grand Slam titles and an Olympic gold medal.
The kids get the rest of their genes from a mom who won 22 Grand Slam singles titles, second among male and female players only to Margaret Court's 24, and who held the world No. 1 ranking for a total of 377 weeks, the best for any player, male or female.
Agassi and Graf return to the spotlight tonight at his 16th Grand Slam for Children benefit concert at Wynn Las Vegas. It promises to be a night of celebration capped by the anticipated announcement that the event has passed the $100 million mark, which would secure the future of the Andre Agassi College Preparatory Academy.
THE SCENE AND HEARD
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THE PUNCH LINE
"While testifying at the Conrad Murray trial, Michael Jackson's personal nurse complained of being faint on the stand, and the court had to be adjourned. How scary is that? Getting sick in that courtroom and the only doctor in the house is Conrad Murray." -- Jay Leno