SYDNEY - World number six Rory McIlroy admitted Wednesday he is mentally drained from a frustrating season where he is yet to win a tournament, with just two more events to go. He has only this week's Australian Open in Sydney followed by the Tiger Woods-hosted World Challenge at Thousand Oaks in Los Angeles next week to break the jinx. "I'm looking forward to a break after playing Tiger's event next week as it's been a long year mentally for me rather than physically," said McIlroy. "Physically, golf doesn't take that much out of you but mentally it is quite draining. And especially for me this year not just being frustrated with my game but having to answer all the questions and come up with reasons why I am not playing well and all that stuff," added the former world number one.–AFP