Evans, who reached a career-high 41 last year shortly before announcing he had tested positive for cocaine at the Barcelona Open, was not even handed a wildcard into next week's qualifying tournament held at Roehampton.
Evans, now ranked 340, has shown good form since his return and reached the final of the Nottingham Challenger last week where he lost to Australia's Alex de Minaur.
Two-time Wimbledon champion Andy Murray had been outspoken about Evans' doping ban and was asked on Tuesday whether he thought his Davis Cup team mate should be given a wildcard into the grasscourt Grand Slam.
"It's a difficult one. He's obviously played extremely well the last few weeks in terms of his level and stuff. He deserves it," Murray said. "Whether or not it's the right message to be sending, I don't know, but then some would say he's obviously served his time and should be given a second chance."
De Minaur was one of three wildcards named for the men's draw, along with Britain's Jay Clarke and Liam Broady.
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