By Adam Hathaway For Mailonline
Published: 17:00 GMT, 26 March 2020 | Updated: 17:00 GMT, 26 March 2020
England lock George Kruis has admitted his frustration at seeing possibly his last Six Nations derailed, but insists rugby players have not got it as bad as Olympic athletes.
The Saracens man is cooped up at home like the rest of the country because of the coronavirus pandemic and doesn't know when rugby will restart.
Sarries, automatically relegated because of the salary cap scandal, were set to throw everything at their Champions Cup quarter-final against Leinster in Dublin on April 4 but that has been postponed.
England lock George Kruis could have played his last Six Nations game for England, with the championship postponed with one fixture round remaining due to the coronavirus pandemic
Kruis is due to announce his future in the next 10 days and a possible move abroad could mean the truncated Six Nations could be have been his last.
But the 30-year-old says he has more sympathy with the Olympic athletes who have seen Tokyo 2020 moved to next year.
He said: 'People wanted to play their last Six Nations game and we want to play the Champions Cup game against Leinster.
'There's a lot of frustration but ours is fairly manageable – it is obviously a very unique situation.
'Olympians have had to delay a whole year after four years training and the mental toughness and physical commitment that goes with that. It's not like it's caused by something small and