• Megan Lucky became popular for drinking beers at last year's U.S. Open
  • Defending champion Daniil Medvedev is out of the tournament
  • He lost in four sets to Nick Kyrgios in their Round of 16 meeting

Megan Lucky, fondly called the "Beer Girl" at the U.S. Open, returned to the Flushing Meadows on Sunday and went viral once again on social media.

The American woman stole the show at the U.S. Open last year after she was spotted drinking a beer when the camera panned on her. On Sunday, Megan went viral once again as she chugged a hoppy beverage while getting a standing ovation from the crowd.

"It seems this is becoming a tradition at this point," U.S. Open Tennis' Twitter account posted about Megan's chug.

The latest video of Megan has already crossed 200,000 views on Twitter.

The Instagram account of the hard-court tournament also shared Megan's video from last year when she gained popularity for the first time. She now has 27,000 followers on Instagram.

Megan responded to her fans in a post on her Instagram Stories, saying: "@USopen, you didn't think I'd forget about you, did you?" reported.

After Megan, Australia's Nick Kyrgios was the talk of the day after he stunned defending champion Daniil Medvedev in their Round of 16 meeting at Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Kyrgios entered the game with a superior head-to-head record over the Russian. But, playing against the top seed was a different challenge altogether. Kyrgios, who is still chasing his first Grand Slam title, produced an aggressive performance to defeat Medvedev 7-6(11), 3-6, 6-3, 6-2, and qualify for the quarter-final.

"What a place to do it. Packed house in New York! I want to go all the way. Hopefully, it is possible. I just thought I played the right way. I returned unbelievable today. Just thought the third and fourth sets were just so free. I was just having a lot of fun, embracing every moment out on Ashe today. Really proud of that," Kyrgios said in his on-court interview, according to ATP.

Nick Kyrgios reacts during his victory over defending champion Daniil Medvedev at the US Open

The 27-year-old has qualified for his maiden quarter-final in New York. He will play against Karen Khachanov next.

Meanwhile, Medvedev will lose his top spot in the ATP Rankings after the U.S. Open. Either Rafael Nadal, Carlos Alcaraz or Casper Ruud will climb to the top of the rankings.

U.S. Open 2022 is scheduled to end on Sept. 11.