Fuzion 100 Southsea Trophy can be provide Taylor with good Wimbledon preparationÂ
The 20-year-old makes her bow in the third and most prestigious Grand Slam of the year next week.
Taylor wasÂ given a wildcard for the ladies' singles main drawÂ earlier this month.Â Â
Her final tournamentÂ before she competes at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club is at the Canoe Lake competition.
She meets third-seed Monica Niculescu in the first round tomorrowÂ (11am).
Taylor, who has beaten former British No1 Heather Watson on the grass this year, is excited to play in the Southsea competition for the first time.Â
The England Fed Cup aceÂ feels a good performance at Canoe LakeÂ will set her up well for Wimbledon.
Taylor, inset, said:Â 'It'll be great to get a few matches under the belt again and get prepared for Wimby next week.
'I'm extremely grateful to be in the main draw for the first time ever.Â I'm very pumped and extremely excited.
'I've managed to hit a few times at Wimby over the weekend.
'It's my first time playing in this tournament and I'm excited to be playing some great players.'
Taylor is the 15thÂ seed for theÂ Fuzion 100 Southsea Trophy after landing a wildcard.
Aside from Taylor (182)Â and KatieÂ Boulter (139), the other 14 contenders are all in the top 100 of the world rankings.
The Barcelona-based talentÂ faces a stiff test in the opening round when she meetsÂ Romania'sÂ Niculescu '“Â ratedÂ 59thÂ in the world.Â
However, Taylor is expected to have plenty support behind her becauseÂ she hails from Southampton.
She added:Â 'This is very close to home.
'˜For the first time ever this is going to be a great experience to get that home feeling for the first time and I can't wait to get out there.Â
'I'm extremely excited.
'I'm well prepared and looking forward to tomorrow's match.
'It was a beautiful day today, extremely hot, so I've had to keep hydrated, so I'm looking forward to what the week has to bring.'