The music, however, is based off of some kind of proto-root form for sports game music. Most of it is the same pop-techno style music that rings in my ears from so many sports and party games from the Wii. But the music doesn't matter much as it's mostly present in the menus and not the matches. At least the sound effects such as squeaks from tennis shoes and the typical tennis yell that goes with a powerful serve do sound realistic. They're a bit random as well, so your matches don't sound like a long string of grunts and squeaks. The announcer is also unobtrusive and fits right in with a realistic tennis match, though he doesn't have a long list of varied lines to say. The instruction manual tells you that EA soundtracks and ringtones from Grand Slam Tennis may be available for sale on their website. Proving that there is some sort of order to the world, at this time nothing from this game is available for resale.