PUNE (India) Muthiah Muralidharan, the worlds highest wicket taker in Tests and ODIs, has invited his Indian mother-in-law to witness in Sri Lanka his last Test match. The invitation was extended to her personally last week, when Murali, with his wife, Madhi, son Naren and other family members were in India for a wedding function. Yes, I shall be visiting Galle next week to watch his careers last Test match, Dr Nithya Ramamurthy said from her Chennai residence. She will be accompanied by her grand-son (son of the elder daughter, Radhi-Madhi, younger of Dr. Nithyas twin daughters). I hope he achieves eight wickets in this Test match. This is the Test match he will be playing against India, but I shall be supporting Murali in this Test. Which woman in this world would not support her daughter or son-in-law in this situation, she asked. Dr Nithya Ramamurthy had never ever imagined that they would have a celebrity as part of their family. He never gave us the feeling that he was a celebrity. When we talk to him, we feel extremely comfortable. He is a very simple, practical and a man down to earth, she further said about the Sri Lankan spinner. Sadly, Madhis father, Dr Ramamurthy is not alive to witness this match (she passed away before Madhis wedding with Murali). He was the founder of the Malar hospitals, one of Chennais prominent heart hospitals. He would be glued to the television whenever a cricket match was on. So crazy was he about the game that he would forget everything else. None of his three daughters shared his passion. Had he been alive, he would have been the happiest person on earth, Madhis mother said. He would have been so proud to have a cricketer, and that too someone like Murali as his son-in-law, says Dr Nithya Ramamurthy, fondly remembering her late husband. So what gift the mother-in-law would present to his son-in-law if he achieves this magical figure of 800 wickets ? My daughter, Madhi is the biggest gift given to him, she added.