Ben Stokes knows the chances of cricket - or any sport - taking place any time soon are slim and none.
But the England all-rounder is keeping his mind and body firmly on the job to combat the physical and mental effects of the lockdown.
He explains: “It is a very difficult situation for everybody, that’s the most important thing to stress.
“From my point of view, my next scheduled cricket is the Indian Premier League so I have to have a mindset that I could playing on the 20th of April so what would I normally do to prepare for that? I have to try and make myself do that on the off-chance that we do go ahead.
“I just can’t be of the mindset that I am just going to chill. Three weeks of doing nothing takes a serious amount of getting back.
Always keep myself fit.”
And to help that, Red Bull are providing Stokes with home gym equipment.
“I’m a Red Bull athlete and I’m lucky that they are looking after all the team both physically and mentally,” says Stokes.
Indeed, for a mental distraction, Stokes will be having a go on a Formula One simulator.
But there is no doubt he will find a long stretch without any cricket psychologically tough.
Stokes explained: “My work is pretty much 365 days a year. I’m active all year round. I’ve got to be doing something.
“And if I’m not keeping myself busy, I’m not keeping myself fit, I might get into a place, mentally, where I don’t want to be.
“That’s why I have to keep active. We all do.”
For more on Ben Stokes, go to his athlete profile page on RedBull.com