London — Tommy Fleetwood admits he is feeling "jaded" after a gruelling season as he tries to catch Ryder Cup partner Francesco Molinari and win the Race to Dubai for a second year in succession. Fleetwood is second in the money list behind Open champion Molinari, with whom he won all four of their matches together at Le Golf National in Europe’s victory over the US. The duo will be reunited in the first two rounds of this week’s British Masters at Walton Heath as Fleetwood seeks to close the gap of 1.4-million points to the other half of the "Moliwood" pair. "I’m starting to feel jaded a little bit," Fleetwood said. "I practiced at home on Monday so I am still trying to tick over and work on things and get better." Fleetwood, who will play in China and Turkey before contesting the season-ending event in Dubai, added: "I’m a long way behind but it’s the opposite of last year in that I led all year and this year for the final few events I’m kind of chasing it now. "I might get nowher...

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