Venus Williams Commits To Tournament 

Officials from the Regions Morgan Keegan Championships and the Cellular South Cup announced today that Venus Williams has signed on to play. In addition, Williams will participate in a fund-raiser for the National Civil Rights Museum. David Porter is chairman of the fund-raiser.

Andy Roddick will also play in the tournament, which is scheduled for February 16-25 at the Racquet Club of Memphis.

Williams won the singles women's title in 1998 and 1999. She won the doubles title in 1998 with her sister, Serena.

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