Re: Ana Konjuh
Off to Dubai, if the problem is in indoor conditions for Ana (and it's hard to imagine someone with her game having issues with playing indoors), that should change next week cause Dubai is an outdoor hardcourt event. That'll at least give us a few answers, but after this it's hard to imagine her doing much there. Looking at the rest of the ITF season, there are the following chances left for her to play (assuming she doesn't want to travel far for just one event or switch to clay):
18th Bucha (UKR) 25k - CaI
25th Monterrey (MEX) 25k - HO
2nd Merida (MEX) 25k - HO
9th Merida (MEX) 25k - HO; Madrid (ESP) 25k - HO
16th Ankara (TUR) 50k - HI; Merida (MEX) 25k - HO
Of course the most obvious thing that sticks out is 4 consecutive outdoor hardcourt 25k's in Mexico which would probably be worth a travel if she wants to build ranking some more by the end of the year and gain match practice. Only the first two of those, however, would count towards her AO entry ranking. If she doesn't want to leave Europe there's a chance to play 3 events, the one in Ukraine on the 18th, the one in Spain after two weeks off and the Turkish 50k the following week (or just the last two). But those wouldn't help her much for her AO ranking, only for the year-end ranking. Maybe it wouldn't be a bad idea to give it a shot with the first two Mexican 25k's, cause warm and wet conditions can't harm her preparations for Melbourne and would still give her about a month left for the off-season. I just don't know how much more she can play after Dubai, given restrictions (it'll be her 10th event this year, which leads me to believe that's it for 2013).