We'll see how it pans out in the coming days, but to me, looks like it will be Stosur (as top 20) plus those 3 Brits with WCs into Nottingham.
No, I think there are only 2 wildcards available to home players once 1 top player WC has been awarded. The other either goes "next in" or to another top player.
Taylor and Swan are in spiceboy's Nottingham qualie list without the need for a WC.
Boulter is not on that list, so unless she has picked up an injury, I think if she has withdrawn from Manc, it is for a MDWC in Nottingham. She is local, and the highest ranked, and won a $60K recently, so it'd be a shame for her not to get one.
I would have thought Gabi is the obvious second choice. She was picked for Fed Cup. She's higher-ranked than KS, she has not received a WTA MDWC before, and she's just notched up her first top-100 win, and backed that up in R2. And she's already won a grass title this year.
It'd be good for Swan not to need a WC this week, more leeway for giving her others later. She needed one for Surbiton, while the others were a bit higher-ranked, and were direct entrants.
But then again, who knows, Swan does seem to be an establishment fave.
I reckon all the others down to Dunne will be in Manc MD without a WC.
So, going into W3 Brum/Ilkley, it is probable that Broady, Dart and Dunne will not yet have needed wildcards for main draw entry.