United World Wrestling (UWW) will distribute a questionnaire to its members to gauge their interest in competing at the World Championships in Belgrade in December.
The survey will also ask the members what concerns they might have over sending athletes to the event in the Serbian capital, the UWW said.
The UWW Executive Committee is set to discuss the situation regarding the World Championships at its next meeting on October 5.
Belgrade is set to host both the Junior and Senior World Championships from December 4 to 10.
The Senior World Championships, the UWW's flagship event outside of the Olympic Games, had initially been due to take place in Oslo before being moved to Belgrade as part of a restructure to the sport's calendar amid the coronavirus pandemic.
It also saw the UWW decide to hold the two events in the same location.
The UWW Executive Committee has approved the addition of the Ziolkowski, Pytlasinski and Poland Open to the 2021 Ranking Series.
It means athletes participating at the competition in Poland will be able to earn points towards seeding for the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
The Ziolkowski, Pytlasinski and Poland Open is among six events on the ranking series, joining the 2019 World Championships and 2020 Continental Championships, among others.
Wrestling events at Tokyo 2020, pushed back to 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, are scheduled to be held at the Makuhari Messe.