Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf definitely plan to get married, but the wedding bells are on hold until after their son is born in a few months, Agassi said.
"The question isn't so much are we going to," Agassi told the Associated Press in an interview about an upcoming charity concert.
Agassi said he and Graf will wait to marry "until the little one is around and everybody (has) kind of recovered."
The couple, who live in Las Vegas and recently bought a home in the San Francisco Bay area, announced in July they were expecting a baby, the first for both, which is due in December.
"It's a stage of life I've always looked forward to," Agassi said.
Agassi, 31, and Graf, 32, began dating after each won their side of the French Open in 1999. Graf dominated women's tennis before retiring in 1999.
Agassi's charity concert on Saturday will feature Elton John, Don Henley, Brian McKnight, Tim McGraw, Dennis Miller and Ray Romano. The sixth annual Grand Slam for Children fund-raiser benefits the Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation, which was founded in 1994 to help at-risk Las Vegas children.