Regarding the prospects of another Danish top player: here is the official Danish top 20 from the Danish Tennis Association with the player's year of birth.
Danish rankings, 16 October 2012
Rank Name Club Year of birth
1 Caroline Wozniacki KB 90
2 Karen Barbat Birkerød 92
3 Mai Grage KB 92
4 Cecilie Lundgaard Melsted KB 95
5 Emma Rønholt Gentofte 97
6 Anna Signe Rasmussen Birkerød 94
7 Maria Jespersen Helsingør 91
8 Malene Stripp Birkerød 94
9 Julie Noe KB 96
10 Emilie Francati Gentofte 97
11 Martine Ditlev TC Odense 96
12 Ulrikke Høyer KB 96
13 Frederikke Svarre Hillerød 97
14 Karina I. Jacobsgaard KB 80
15 Amanda Arildsen Wessung HRT 94
16 Simone Michael Alipieva Lyngby 98
17 Frederikke Uhrskov Støchkel Holte 94
18 Kathrine Berge Birkerød 96
19 Louise Kulczycki Larsen Hillerød 91
20 Malou Ejdesgaard KB 91
Emma Rønholt is doing really well and #5 is a new career high for her. I'm always reluctant to read too much into the rankings, and it's always debateable whether the rankings are fair. Some girls play a lot, others less, and they don't all play the same level of tournaments. But Emma has been very solid on Danish soil. In 2012 she has defeated Cecilie Melsted, Anna Signe Rasmussen (twice), Malene Stripp and Julie Noe. She's still only 14 years old, and the youngest girl in the top 20 except Simone Alipieva.
The 1997-98 girls Emilie Francati, Emma Rønholt, and Simone Alipieva seems to be the most striking talents at the momnt.
Note: Malou Ejdesgaard has mostly been ranked #3 or 4 in Denmark for the last 4 years or more, and her fall in the rankings is simply because she doesn't play singles anymore - not even on club level.