The 17-year old Yuki and former world number one Moya, who is almost double the Indian's age, have been given a wild card for the doubles competition.
A 1998 French Open champion, Moya's career has been marred by injuries in the last few years. The Spaniard will be forcing yet another comeback while Yuki would have a first hand experience of playing against some of the best in business.
The Delhi boy says playing with a Grand Slam winner and former world number one is a good chance to learn a few tricks of the trade.
"No doubt, it's a big opportunity to play alongside a former world number one. How many times do you get a chance to pair up with a player of that stature?" Yuki told PTI in an interview.
"It definitely looks a strange combination. Age difference is there but it's a good chance to gather knowledge from somebody who has played on the tour for so long," he added.
The 2009 junior Australian Open champion is disappointed at not getting a wild card for the singles main draw.