Yes, perhaps slight adjustments for different surfaces. For clay maybe Stosur's or Mary Pierce's forehand, and also I would add Dementieva's endurance.Interesting question, but very hard to say. Probably 100 in the world? Also does it depend on the surface? would they do worse on clay, where power is more of an advantage? I feel like such a player would do OK in Wimbledon if they can avoid the Isners of the world.
I don't think that endurance would be a big issue, but speed and especially power definitely would. However, quickness(e.g. Coetzer), anticipation(Radwanska) and reflexes(Date) help - if you read the game accurately, react well and use the power of your opponent, you can compensate for your inferior physique to a certain extent.Maybe 500.
Power, endurance and speed will still be lacking nevertheless compared to the male players.
Wouldn't make the top 1000, the difference between men and women is simply too vast. At the athletics World Championships in Doha last year, there was a mixed 4x400 relay; the men just absolutely smoked the women, even when they had head starts.