No injury withdrawals mean the field includes the top 103 players in the ATP rankings.
They are led by world number one Novak Djokovic and followed by British star Andy Murray, who is currently nursing a back injury. The man who beat Murray in last year's final, Roger Federer, will bid for a record eighth title this summer.
Estonia's Jurgen Zopp, out since October due to a back problem, is on the entry list on a protected ranking. However, he is yet to confirm he will play in SW19.
If anyone pulls out, France's Guillaume Rufin is next in line for a main-draw spot.
Of those to narrowly miss out on main-draw places, former top-10 star Gael Monfils is probably the biggest name.
The Frenchman, who has slipped down the rankings after being troubled by a knee injury, will either have to qualify or hope for a wild card from the organisers.
The tournament takes place in London from June 24 to July 7.