It was a relatively one-sided affair, with Mattek-Sands and Mirza, who were seeded fourth, dominating most of the time during Sunday’s final.
They duo displayed amazing coordination and pin-point hitting to turn the tables on the superior seeded opponents, beating them 6-3 6-2 in the final in an hour and 10 minutes.
This was the Indian’s second WTA doubles title in the season and her 14th overall.
Sania won the Pattaya Open paired up with Australian Anastasia Rodionova while teaming up with Elena Vesnina of Russia, the Indian ace finished runners-up at Dubai and Indian Wells.
The fourth seeded pair delivered 60 percent first serve on target and dropped just 10 points on it, winning 21 out of 31 points.
Mattek-Sands and Sania crafted a total of five break opportunities and converted four of them en route to victory.
The third seed opponents frittered away two vital break points in the match and registered merely one to finish on the losing side.