Returning to the court after losing a draining singles final to Milos Raonic, Tipsarevic combined well with Paes to beat the Israeli duo of Andy Ram and Jonathan Erlich 6-4, 6-4 in the title round.
Paes is a hugely popular man in Chennai and it must be remembered that the seeds for the successful partnership of the amiable Kolkata native with Mahesh Bhupathi were sown here, following their sensational triumphs here in the early part of the 2000s.
Whenever Paes plays in this part of the world he is set to enjoy a warm reception and it was no different this time as he combined with Tipsarevic, who too enjoys a lot of popularity here after his exploits over the years.
The Indo-Serbian combo started well and took a 3-0 lead, with two breaks of serve in the first set. They won 18 of their 28 service points as they eased home in the 35-minute first set.
The teams exchanged breaks of serve at the beginning of the second set. Ram lost his serve to 30 at 4-4, which handed Paes an opportunity to close out victory in 74 minutes.
Paes lifted the Chennai title for the sixth time with his 48th tour-level doubles trophy, while Tipsarevic made up for defeat in the singles final by capturing his first team title.
'I know how difficult it is mentally to play two finals on the same day,' said Paes. 'The way he (Tipsarevic) prepared for both the finals, it was impeccable. He epitomises what an athlete should be.'