1)Konta (If she doesn't sneak in)
2)Watson (If she doesn't sneak in)
3)Broady (Top 250)
4)Murray (If she stays top 250)
5)Moore (If she stays top 250)
6)Next direct entry/player who plays well in Notts/Birmingham
7)Next direct entry/player who plays well in Notts/Birmingham
8)Next direct entry/player who plays well in Notts/Birmingham
Maybe Ana Konjuh? AELTC like to give wildcards to promising juniors/young players (e.g Pavlyuchenkova and De Brito when they were both 15 in 2007 and 2009).
1)J.Windley (Top 300)
2)E.Dean (Young, had promising results in 2011 before a bad injury forced her out for 2 years. Returned with some very impressive results including 2 10k titles)
3)E.Webley-Smith (Played well at Wimbledon before, I think she'll get one)
4)K.Dunne (Young, rising up the rankings)
5)A.Smith (Returned from a long injury and has reached top 500 having returned to the circuit less than a year ago)
6)Boulter (Young, top junior in the ranks, senior ranking starting to move up)
7)WC play off
8)WC play off
Some the above players might have to go through the play off I'm not sure. Taylor Townsend (Last years junior finalist) might also get a QWC if she doesn't get in on her own ranking. I'd also like to see Katie Swan (born 1999 and top 100 junior)be given a chance in the play off.
I don't think Whybourn will be fit enough the play in June so I'm not sure if she'll play. Carreras has only played 2 tournaments this year so im not sure if she'll be over for the grass season this year.