The deadline for entering 2019 Wimbledon qualifying is June 3.
The May 27 rankings will be used since there will be no rankings update in the midst of FO.
This year 2019 the number of players in qualifying are to be increased to 128 then the initial average cutoff ranking 201 ± 2 in the past years shall not be applicable.
We would rather start from this year's main draw cutoff (101), add the number of the qualifying direct acceptances (119) and get the ranking 220.
We could assume the number of players using SRs will be more than those eligible but not entering. Let the *difference be +2.
Then we might expect the initial 2019 Wimbledon Qualifying cutoff ranking be 220-2=218.
Assign an uncertainty 2 we have 218 ± 2
as the initial cutoff.
there were 3 QD eligible players received MD WCs and 9 Q-alternates moved into QD.
Likely these numbers will be more in Wim19
(more MD WCs, more players etc.), we expect three more Q-alternates would move into QD, equivalent to ranking 230.
Therefore we expect players with rankings 230 or better will eventually move into the QD
after all the withdrawals and MD WCs.
* the difference might be conservative, if the difference is -2 the initial-cutoff could be 222 and end-cutoff could be 234.
Note: players in table below might not have entered the 2019 Wimbledon Qualifying.