By Ian Ransom
"I think that just our expertise and the way we play doubles, the way we cover the right shots at the right time, and the fact we keep bringing it to our opponents (won it for us)," Paes told reporters.
"That's what won it for us today, is that our individual play, our instincts are very well matched well together."
After trading service breaks early, Black and Paes broke Makarova at 5-5, then calmly served out the first set.
They carried the momentum into the second, breaking Levinsky at 0-0, then again at 5-3 to seal the match.
(Editing by Peter Rutherford)