Actress Tatum O'Neal and tennis star John McEnroe are the parents of a baby boy, who has been named Kevin John McEnroe.
O'Neal gave birth to the 8-pound, 11-ounce boy on Friday, and both mother and baby went home Monday in good health, Corinne Rogers, nursing supervisor at St. John's Hospital, said Tuesday.
McEnroe, 27, last played competitively in the Masters Tournament in New York in mid-January, and is expected to resume playing before the U.S. Open in August. He temporarily dropped out of tennis because he said he was mentally and physically exhausted, and because of O'Neal's pregnancy.
McEnroe, who has won three Wimbledon titles and the U.S. Open four times, slipped from No. 1 in the world in 1985 and now is ranked No. 3 behind Ivan Lendl and Mats Wilander.
McEnroe said in an interview before his son was born that mother and son would travel with him on the tennis circuit. "I'm not going to leave them."
O'Neal, 22, the daughter of actor Ryan O'Neal, made her name as a child actress in the 1973 movie, "Paper Moon." She won an Oscar as best supporting actress as her father's co-star in the film.
Her brother, Griffin Patrick O'Neal, 21, was slightly injured in a boating accident Monday in Edgewater, Md., according to a spokesman for the state Department of Natural Resources police. Gian Carlo Coppola, 23, son of movie director Francis Ford Coppola, was killed in the accident, the spokesman said.