David will play his first-round match against Albert Ramos, the top seed of the qualifying event (and currently ranked above David, at #39) tomorrow. It's going to be their first encounter.
Most of the time, draw ceremonies are held at the tournament venue. Today's ceremony for the Rome Masters, however, took place at one of the most famous and popular tourist sites of the city, the Piazza di Spagna. And here's what came out of it for David.
He has been drawn into the bottom half, where he finds himself in Andy Murray's quarter, which looks like this:
 David Ferrer (ESP) vs BYE
Fernando Verdasco (ESP) vs Alexandr Dolgopolov (UKR)
[Q] Guillermo Garcia-Lopez (ESP) vs Pablo Andujar (ESP)
Donald Young (USA) vs  Gilles Simon (FRA)
 Richard Gasquet (FRA) vs Jürgen Melzer (AUT)
Nikolay Davydenko (RUS) vs [WC] Paolo Lorenzi (ITA)
[Q] Albert Ramos (ESP) vs David Nalbandian (ARG)
BYE vs  Andy Murray (GBR)
The complete draw you'll find here.
So who's going to be David's opponent in the first round has yet to be decided (the final round of qualifying takes place tomorrow). But in the second round, David is bound to face someone he has already met several times before, fourth seed Andy Murray. Four out of their six meetings so far (match record 4-2 for Murray) took place at Masters events. But if they now also get to meet at Rome, it's going to be their first ever encounter on clay.