And so David and Edu are in the doubles draw of the US Open. They have been drawn into the top half, and there into the lower quarter:
 Lindstedt (SWE) / Tecau (ROU) vs Bracciali (ITA) / Zeballos (ARG)
Ramirez-Hidalgo (ESP) / Ramos (ESP) vs Paire (FRA) / Roger-Vasselin (FRA)
Stakhovsky (UKR) / Troicki (SRB) vs Kohlmann (GER) / Phau (GER)
Knowle (AUT) / Polasek (SVK) vs  Marrero (ESP) / Verdasco (ESP)
 Marray (GBR) / Nielsen (DEN) vs Cipolla (ITA) / Fognini (ITA)
Levine (USA) / Matosevic (AUT) vs [WC] Buchanan (USA) / Klahn (USA)
Nalbandian (ARG) / Schwank (ARG) vs Karlovic (CRO) / Moser (GER)
Brown (GER) / Kas (GER) vs  Paes (IND) / Stepanek (CZE)
Complete draw here.
David's and Edu's first-round opponents Ivo Karlovic and Frank Moser shook up the world of doubles tennis last year when they beat Bob and Mike Bryan in the first round of the US Open (but only to then lose to Italian pair Bolelli/Fognini in the following round). Since then Karlovic and Moser have been playing doubles together on a regular basis, and they reached the semifinal at three smaller events this year (Zagreb, Delray Beach and Houston). So they're a fairly experienced team, one half of which David and Edu met earlier this season the Davis Cup quarterfinal against Croatia, when they beat Karlovic and Cilic in a five-set battle.
And if they make it past Karlovic/Moser, David and Edu could meet one half of the doubles team they'll be up against in the upcoming Davis Cup semifinal - Radek Stepanek, seeded fifth with his partner here, Leander Paes.
When exactly David's and Edu's first-round match is going to take place isn't clear yet but but I'll keep you posted.